Sugar Daddies (2015)
Kara, a bright college student, enters into a murky arrangement with Grant, a 55-year-old man. She exchanges favors for money and tries to keep their relationship a secret until her two worlds collide, causing damage to her family and future.
Moloch (Russian: Молох) is a 1999 Russian biographical drama film directed by Alexander Sokurov. The storyline was conceived from a screenplay written by Yuri Arabov and Marina Koreneva. It portrays Adolf Hitler as a humanized figure, living life in an unassuming manner during an abrupt journey to the Bavarian Alps. The film stars actors Leonid Mozgovoy, Yelena Rufanova, Vladimir Bogdanov, and Leonid Sokol in principal roles. Moloch explores companionship, intimacy and dictatorship. A joint collective effort to commit to the film's production was made by a number of studios including; Arte, Fabrica, Fusion Product, Goskino and Lenfilm Studio. It was commercially distributed by Koch Lorber Films. Following its release, the film was entered into the 1999 Cannes Film Festival and won other awards selections, including those from the Russian Guild of Film Critics Awards. The film was generally met with mixed critical reviews before its initial screening in 1999.
Haunted Gold (1932)
Haunted Gold is a 1932 American Western film starring John Wayne. It is a remake of the 1928 film The Phantom City.
My Brother's Wedding (1983)
My Brother's Wedding is a tragic comedy written by Charles Burnett about a man named Pierce Mundy (Everett Silas) who has low ambitions and no plans for the future. He settles for a job at his parent's dry cleaners in South Central Los Angeles after being fired from his previous job. Pierce wastes his days fooling around and wasting time with his childhood friend, Soldier (Ronnie Bell), who was recently released from prison. When his brother Wendell (Monte Easter) plans on marrying a woman, Sonia (Gaye Shannon-Burnett), with a higher social class than he, his disdain for the woman prevents him from making the morally right decision.
Planet Earth (1974)
Planet Earth is a science fiction television movie that was created by Gene Roddenberry, written by Roddenberry and Juanita Bartlett. It first aired on April 23, 1974 on the ABC network, and stars John Saxon as Dylan Hunt. It was presented as a pilot for what was hoped to be a new weekly television series. The pilot focused on gender relations from an early 1970s perspective. Dylan Hunt, confronted with a post-apocalyptic matriarchal society, muses, "Women's lib? Or women's lib gone mad..."
Sagebrush Trail (1933)
Sagebrush Trail (UK title An Innocent Man) is a 1933 American Pre-Code Western film with locations filmed at Bronson Canyon starring John Wayne and featuring Lane Chandler and Yakima Canutt. It was the second Lone Star Productions film released by Monogram Pictures.
Age of Panic (2013)
Age of Panic (French: La Bataille de Solférino) is a 2013 French dramedy film written and directed by Justine Triet.
Much of the film was shot on the streets of Paris during the 6 May 2012 national elections.
Killing Zelda Sparks (2007)
Killing Zelda Sparks is a black comedy thriller film, shot in Copper Cliff, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada standing in for the town of New Essex. Post production was completed on January 24, 2007. The film stars Colm Feore, Sarah Carter, Vincent Kartheiser, and Geoffrey Arend. It is directed by Jeff Glickman and adapted for the screen by Josh Ben Friedman from his play Barstool Words.
The film was released on DVD on May 20, 2008.
Son épouse (2014)
Gracie experiences behavioral problems when she marries, and the memory of Catherine, her French friend who died mysteriously, seems to haunt her. Catherine's widowed husband decides to visit Gracie and make up for his mistakes.
Once in a Lifetime (2014)
Once in a Lifetime (original title: Les Héritiers) is a 2014 French drama film directed by Marie-Castille Mention-Schaar.
The Plot To Kill Hitler (1990)
The Plot to Kill Hitler is a 1990 television film based on the July 20 plot by German High Command to kill Adolf Hitler in 1944. Brad Davis stars as Colonel Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg, who plants a bomb in the conference room of the Führer's headquarters in East Prussia.
Turnabout is a 1940 comedy film directed by Hal Roach and starring Adolphe Menjou, Carole Landis and John Hubbard. Based on the 1931 novel of the same name by Thorne Smith, the screenplay was written by Mickell Novack, Bernie Giler and John McClain with additional dialogue by Rian James.
The Godless Girl (1929)
The Godless Girl (1928) is a drama film directed by Cecil B. DeMille, shown for years as his last completely silent film.
Spring of Joy (Swedish: Glädjekällan) is a 1993 Swedish drama film directed by Richard Hobert. Sven Lindberg won the award for Best Actor at the 29th Guldbagge Awards.
Dealing with Destiny (2011)
Dealing with Destiny is a 2011 Australian comedy film starring Luke Arnold and is directed by Colm O'Murchu. Dealing with Destiny centers around two friends, Blake and Lloyd, who are brilliant physics students competing for the University Medal on their final day of study. As they and their friends get caught up in a series of last day pranks which backfire, misunderstandings arise amongst them and conflict ensues.
American Beach House (2015)
Three young men and three young women from around the world win a contest and get an all-expenses-paid trip to a beach house in Malibu. When they arrive, they find out they have to share the space.
Frontier Fugitives (1945)
Frontier Fugitives is a 1945 American Western film directed by Harry L. Fraser and written by Elmer Clifton. The film stars Tex Ritter, Dave O'Brien, Guy Wilkerson, Lorraine Miller, I. Stanford Jolley and Jack Ingram. The film was released on September 1, 1945, by Producers Releasing Corporation.
Sabre Jet (1953)
The feature-writer wife of a colonel arrives at his air base in Japan to write a human interest story about the men flying jets in combat over Korea.
Two Weeks in September (1967)
Two Weeks in September (French title: À coeur joie) is a 1967 French film starring Brigitte Bardot directed by Serge Bourguignon.
The Golden Idol (1954)
The Golden Idol is a 1954 American adventure film directed by Ford Beebe and starring Johnny Sheffield and Anne Kimbell. It was the tenth in the 12-film Bomba, the Jungle Boy series.
-30- (released as Deadline Midnight in the UK) is a 1959 film starring Jack Webb and William Conrad as night managing editor and night city editor, respectively, of a fictional Los Angeles newspaper, loosely based on the real-life (and now-defunct) Los Angeles Herald-Examiner.
Legacy is a 2000 American documentary film directed by Tod Lending. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
The film tracks three different generations (over five years) of a family in Chicago that lives in the Henry Horner Homes public housing. Their lives change, however, after a life-altering event - the murder of a family member - slowly changes them to have a more positive outlook on life.
Laserblast is a 1978 American science fiction film about an unhappy teenage loner who discovers an alien laser cannon and goes on a murderous rampage, seeking revenge against those who he feels have wronged him. The extremely low-budget film was directed by Michael Rae and produced by Charles Band, who is widely known for producing B movies. Starring Kim Milford, Cheryl Smith, and Gianni Russo, the film features Keenan Wynn and Roddy McDowall, and marked the screen debut of actor Eddie Deezen.
The reptilian alien creatures in the film were works of stop motion animation by animator David W. Allen, marking the first chapter in a decades-long history of collaboration between Allen and Band. The alien spacecraft model featured in Laserblast was designed and built by Greg Jein in two weeks, and the musical score was written in five days by Joel Goldsmith and Richard Band, the first film score for both composers.
Laserblast has received overwhelmingly negative reviews and consistently ranks among the Bottom 100 list of films on the Internet Movie Database. Many critical reviews, however, cited Allen's stop motion animation as one of the film's only redeeming qualities. A 1988 sequel was planned, but ultimately abandoned due to financial difficulties. Laserblast was featured in the seventh season finale of the comedy television series Mystery Science Theater 3000, marking the show's final episode on Comedy Central before the series moved to the Sci-Fi Channel.
After Sex (2000)
After Sex is a 2000 comedy-drama film that stars Dan Cortese, Virginia Madsen and Brooke Shields. It was directed by Cameron Thor.
Double Cross (1994)
A chance encounter and a wealthy socialite's mysterious death ensnare an innocent man in a web of blackmail and murder.
The Survivor (1981)
When a 747 crash lands in a Sydney suburb - a still-spectacular sequence that
helped make this the most expensive Australian film of its time - the inferno
kills everyone on board except the pilot (Robert Powell of JESUS OF NAZARETH and
TOMMY) who emerges from the wreckage miraculously unscathed. But as a local
psychic (Jenny Agutter of AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON) begins to communicate
with the spirits of the doomed passengers, it will unlock a nightmare of
madness, murder and supernatural horror. Hollywood legend Joseph Cotten in his final film performance co-stars in this
shocker directed by British film icon David Hemmings (BLOW-UP, DEEP RED) and
produced by Ozploitation maverick Antony I. Ginnane (THIRST, PATRICK, TURKEY
SHOOT), featuring haunting cinematography by Academy Award® winner John Seale
(THE ENGLISH PATIENT, MAD MAX: FURY ROAD) and now transferred in 2k HD for the
first time ever.
Decoration Day (1990)
Decoration Day is a 1990 film based on a novel by John William Corrington of the same title. The made-for-TV movie was directed by Robert Markowitz and filmed on location in Georgia.
The House of Secrets (1936)
House of Secrets is a 1936 American film directed by Roland D. Reed starring Leslie Fenton and Muriel Evans.
The Grim Reaper (1962)
La commare secca (literally "The skinny gossip", English title The Grim Reaper) is the 1962 Italian film written and directed by Bernardo Bertolucci, based on a story by Pier Paolo Pasolini. It was Bertolucci's directorial debut at age 21.
Fritz Lang’s penultimate silent film, Spione [Spies], is a flawlessly constructed labyrinthine spy thriller. Hugely influential, Lang’s famous passion for meticulous detail combines with masterful story-telling and editing skills to form a relentless tale of intrigue, espionage, and blackmail.An international spy ring, headed by Haghi (Rudolf Klein-Rogge), uses technology, threats, and murder to obtain government secrets. As master spy, president of a bank, and music hall clown, Haghi leads several lives using instruments of modern technology to spearhead a mad rush for secrets — secrets that assert his power over others.Setting in stone for the first time many elements of the modern spy thriller, Spione perhaps represents the zenith of Lang’s silent artistry. The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present Spione in a Dual Format (Blu-ray + DVD) edition.
Hudson River Blues (1999)
Hudson River Blues was a 1997 independent film.
"The film tells the story of a two-career couple and how they deal with the wife's urge to become a high-powered lawyer and the husband's desire to change jobs and become an environmentalist caring for the Hudson River."
It starred Tovah Feldshuh.
The Blueberry Hunt (2016)
The Blueberry Hunt is an Indian thriller film starring Naseeruddin Shah, Vipin Sharma, Aahana Kumra, PJ Unnikrishnan, Yadu Sankalia, Vinay Forrt, and Kartik Elangovan. The film had a nationwide theatrical release in India on April 8, 2016.
Thieves (French: Les Voleurs) is a 1996 French drama film directed by André Téchiné, starring Daniel Auteuil, Catherine Deneuve and Laurence Côte. The plot follows a cynical police officer, who comes from a family of thieves, and a lonely philosophy professor, both romantically involved with a self-destructive petty criminal. With a puzzling structure, the story is told through a series of flashbacks presented from four different perspectives.
When James accept an invitation from an ex-girlfriend to join her at Oktoberfest, he never imagines he's about to be plunged into a world of espionage.
Wild Horses (1995)
Wild Horses (Spanish: Caballos Salvajes) is a 1995 Argentine road movie directed by Marcelo Piñeyro and written by Piñeyro and Aída Bortnik. It stars Héctor Alterio, Leonardo Sbaraglia, Cecilia Dopazo and Federico Luppi in a cameo appearance. The film chronicles the five days of two fugitives on the run after robbing a corporation and being targeted by the media. The film was selected as the Argentine entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 68th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Damaged Lives (1933)
Damaged Lives (1933) is a Canadian/American Pre-Code exploitation film produced by Columbia Pictures and directed by Edgar G. Ulmer. The film is based on an original script about a couple that contracts a venereal disease. The film is also known as The Shocking Truth (American reissue title). IMDB says this was filmed at General Service Studios. The final The End title on the Internet Archive print says it was an Educational Film Exchanges, Inc. release.
Squid Man (2013)
Squid Man is fired from the Superhero Society and is forced to crash on his former sidekicks' couch. He spends his time drinking in bars until a reporter forces him to face the dark mystery of his past, and the idea that he might have a future.
Blue Suede Shoes (1980)
Blue Suede Shoes is a 1980 music documentary film by Curtis Clark that combines archival film of early American rock 'n' roll pioneers of the 1950s (with footage of Bill Haley's 1957 British tour, a Eddie Cochran TV appearance and late 1960s concert footage of Gene Vincent) and British singers Cliff Richard and Tommy Steele with material recorded at a 1979 rock 'n' roll revival weekender featuring bands and people following the scene (including Teddy Boys, motorcycle greasers and rockabilly adherents.
How Much Does the Trojan Horse Weigh? (2008)
Full of regret that she did not meet her current husband earlier in life, a middle-aged woman is magically transported back to the days of her youth.
Partners In Crime (2000)
A small-town policeman joins forces with his ex-wife to solve a murder in which he is the prime suspect.
Mysteries of the Unseen World (2013)
Researchers push the envelope with technology to peer into invisible realms.
Julia Has Two Lovers (1991)
Julia Has Two Lovers is a 1991 romantic comedy-drama about a woman who takes up with a mysterious stranger after she grows tired of her current boyfriend. The film was directed by Bashar Shbib, and stars Daphna Kastner, David Duchovny and David Charles.
Ride Out for Revenge (1957)
Under the eye of timid Capt. George (Lloyd Bridges), a group of Cheyenne Native Americans are on a forced march from their homelands to a reservation. When builders strike gold on their new settlement, the Cheyenne are diverted to make way for greedy prospectors. Tate (Rory Calhoun), who is secretly in love with Pretty Willow, is sent to scout a new location for the Cheyenne. Tensions quickly arise between the cavalry and the vengeful Chief Little Wolf (Vince Edwards).
Fraternity House (2008)
The wildest fraternity on campus is filmed for one day.
Safari is a 1940 American adventure film directed by Edward H. Griffith and starring Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Madeleine Carroll and Tullio Carminati. The screenplay concerns an ambitious young woman who goes on a safari hunt with a millionaire in the hope of convincing him to marry her, but falls in love with the chief hunter instead.
The Snow Queen (1957)
The Snow Queen is a 1957 Soviet live-action/animated film directed by Lev Atamanov. It was produced at the Soyuzmultfilm studio in Moscow and is based on the story of the same name by Hans Christian Andersen. The film was re-released with English soundtracks in 1959, 1993, and 1995.
Feelings (French: Les Sentiments) is a 2003 French drama film written by Noémie Lvovsky and Florence Setvos and directed by Lvovsky.
The Richest Cat in the World (1986)
Short-changed heirs kidnap a talking cat whose master (Ramon Bieri) has left him $5 million and a mansion.
COMIX: Beyond the Comic Book Pages (2015)
Comix: Beyond the Comic Book Pages is an exciting documentary about the worldwide comic book phenomenon told through the thoughts and images of comic book creators, artists, writers, and collectors, but especially the passionate fans who have made the art form the success that it is today. Comix includes exclusive one-on-one interviews with icons from the comic book industry, like Stan Lee (Spiderman, X-Men, Fantastic Four) and Frank Miller (Sin City, 300), while capturing the fans, many dressed in full costume, as they talk about their love for the characters and cosplay, at conventions like Comic-Con, Wizard World, and more.
Conspiracy Encounters (2016)
Jimmy and Father Michael's lives are forever changed by the appearance of a man during the Phoenix lights phenomenon.
Six young people are slowly served up while on vacation.
Holy Matrimony (1943)
From Arnold Bennett's novel "Buried Alive". An artist returning from years abroad takes the identity of his dead valet to escape the attentions of the press.
Club Zeus (2011)
Young men work in a local club and provide company, attention and love to Chinese women.
Française is a 2008 film.
The Greatest Love of All (2006)
The Greatest Love of All (Portuguese: O Maior Amor do Mundo; also known as The Greatest Love in the World) is a 2006 Brazilian romantic drama film directed by Carlos Diegues. Filming took place in 60 locations in Rio de Janeiro.
Filmmaker Sebastian Mez examines the plight of rural Russians who live in a radioactive region.
Love to Kill (2008)
A man (Rick Ravanello) learns that his seductive wife (Blanchard Ryan) is responsible for the deaths of her previous husbands.
Stalin is a 1992 television film, produced for HBO, starring Robert Duvall portraying Soviet leader Joseph Stalin. The film won three Golden Globe Awards among various awards including cinematography awards for Vilmos Zsigmond as well as best actor for Robert Duvall. Filming was done in Budapest, Hungary and Moscow, Russia, with extraordinary access to Kremlin buildings in the weeks surrounding the Dissolution of the Soviet Union.
Friends Of Mr. Sweeney (1934)
Friends of Mr. Sweeney is a 1934 American comedy film directed by Edward Ludwig and written by Warren B. Duff, Sid Sutherland, F. Hugh Herbert and Erwin S. Gelsey. It is based on the 1925 novel Friends of Mr. Sweeney by Elmer Davis. The film stars Charlie Ruggles, Ann Dvorak, Eugene Pallette, Robert Barrat, Berton Churchill and Dorothy Burgess. The film was released by Warner Bros. on July 28, 1934.
Dracula's Curse (2006)
Based on Bram Stoker's classic, this epic horror follows a team of elite vampire hunters led by Colonel Rufus King and Jacob Van Helsing as they infiltrate the dark underworld to battle the ruthless vampire clan led by Countess Bathorly.
Tarzan and the Lost Safari (1957)
Tarzan and the Lost Safari (1957) is an action adventure film featuring Edgar Rice Burroughs' famous jungle hero Tarzan and starring Gordon Scott, Robert Beatty, Yolande Donlan and Betta St. John. The movie was directed by H. Bruce Humberstone, and was the first Tarzan movie released in color, Eastman Color. It was also MGM's first Tarzan film since 1942 and filmed in Nairobi, British East Africa. The character of Jane does not appear in this motion picture.
Out of the Shadows (1988)
An Interpol agent (Charles Dance) helps a U.S. Embassy worker (Alexandra Paul) prove herself innocent of murder in the Greek isles.
Seventeen Years (2000)
Seventeen Years is a 1999 Chinese film directed by Zhang Yuan and starring Li Bingbing in her feature film debut. Seventeen Years was screened at several international film festivals where it garnered numerous accolades, including the Director's Award at the 56th Venice Film Festival.
An Ordinary Hero: The True Story of Joan Trumpauer Mulholland (2013)
Raised in the South, activist Joan Trumpauer Mulholland fights against segregation.
No Time to Marry (1938)
No Time to Marry is a 1938 American comedy film directed by Harry Lachman and starring Richard Arlen, Mary Astor and Lionel Stander.
Pokémon: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew (2005)
Pokémon: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew, originally released in Japan as Pocket Monsters Advanced Generation the Movie: Mew and the Wave Hero, is a 2005 Japanese animated fantasy film directed by Kunihiko Yuyama and produced by OLM, Inc. It is the eighth installment of the Pokémon film series. The film stars the voices of Rica Matsumoto, Ikue Ōtani Yūji Ueda, KAORI, Fushigi Yamada, Megumi Hayashibara, Shin-ichiro Miki, Inuko Inuyama, Daisuke Namikawa, Satomi Kōrogi, Takeshi Aono, Noriko Hidaka, Kōichi Yamadera, Kumiko Okae, Momoko Kikuchi, and Becky. It was released in theaters in Japan on July 16, 2005, followed by the Japanese DVD release on December 22, 2005.
Footlight Fever (1941)
Footlight Fever is a 1941 sequel to the 1940 comedy Curtain Call, with Alan Mowbray and Donald MacBride
Along Came a Spider (1970)
A scientist's widow (Suzanne Pleshette) takes another identity to get close to the man she thinks killed her husband.
Evil Souls (2015)
When a man kidnaps two young women and is intent on unleashing hell, a priest senses the evil and sets out to stop it.
Devils of Darkness (1965)
Devils of Darkness is a 1965 British horror film directed by Lance Comfort and starring William Sylvester, Hubert Noël and Carole Gray.
It was the last feature film directed by Lance Comfort.
Take Me Back to Oklahoma (1940)
Take Me Back to Oklahoma is a 1940 American film directed by Albert Herman.
Bodyguard is a 1948 American semi-documentary crime film noir directed by Richard Fleischer and written by Fred Niblo Jr.and Harry Essex, based on a story written by George W. George and Robert Altman, later directed MASH and other notable films. The drama features Lawrence Tierney and, in her final screen appearance, Priscilla Lane.
The Lady Refuses (1931)
The Lady Refuses is a 1931 American Pre-Code melodrama film, directed by George Archainbaud, from a screenplay by Wallace Smith, based on an original story by Guy Bolton and Robert Milton. It stars Betty Compson as a destitute young woman on the verge of becoming a prostitute, who is hired by a wealthy man to woo his never-do-well son away from the clutches of a gold-digger (Margaret Livingston). The plot is regarded as risqué enough to appear in at least one collection of Pre-Code Hollywood films.
Kronprinz Rudolf (2006)
In the 13th century, Rudolf von Habsburg (Max von Thun) becomes king of Germany after the death of his father.
The Invisible Ray (1936)
The Invisible Ray is a 1936 American science fiction film starring Boris Karloff (credited as '"KARLOFF") and Béla Lugosi as Dr. Felix Benet that was released by Universal Pictures.
The Shipbuilders (1944)
A millionaire shipbuilder (Clive Brook) and his best riveter (Morland Graham) symbolize British unity in World War II.
Sanctimony is a 2000 crime/horror/thriller film starring Casper Van Dien, Michael Paré and Eric Roberts. It was written and directed by Uwe Boll. The film was released in late 2000.
The Love Light (1921)
The Love Light is a 1921 American silent drama film starring Mary Pickford. The film was written and directed by Frances Marion.
Patti Rocks (1988)
Patti Rocks is a 1988 comedy film starring John Jenkins, Karen Landry and Chris Mulkey and directed by David Burton Morris.
Wife for a Night (1952)
Wife for a Night (Italian: Moglie per una notte) is a 1952 Italian film starring Gina Lollobrigida. It was based on the play The Dazzling Hour by Anna Bonacci, which was later updated for the Billy Wilder film Kiss Me, Stupid.
In the Name of Love: A Texas Tragedy (1995)
In the Name of Love: A Texas Tragedy is a 1995 American film loosely based on the story of Ralph Hand III, and his ex-wife Olivia Browning.
Paramount On Parade (1930)
Paramount on Parade is a 1930 all-star American pre-Code revue released by Paramount Pictures, directed by several directors including Edmund Goulding, Dorothy Arzner, Ernst Lubitsch, Rowland V. Lee, A. Edward Sutherland, Lothar Mendes, Otto Brower, Edwin H. Knopf, Frank Tuttle, and Victor Schertzinger—all supervised by the production supervisor, singer, actress, and songwriter Elsie Janis.
Featured stars included Jean Arthur, Richard Arlen, Clara Bow, Evelyn Brent, Buddy Rogers, Jack Oakie, Helen Kane, Maurice Chevalier, Nancy Carroll, George Bancroft, Kay Francis, Richard "Skeets" Gallagher, Gary Cooper, Fay Wray, Lillian Roth and other Paramount stars. The screenplay was written by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, produced by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky, with cinematography by Victor Milner and Harry Fischbeck.
Hugo Koblet - Pédaleur de charme (2011)
Hugo Koblet, the son of a baker from Zurich, experiences a meteoric rise to fame when he wins the Giro d'Italia in 1950. After he ruins his health with doping, he retires, marries a model, and crashes his car into a tree as bankruptcy looms.
Hush Hush Baby (2004)
Hush Hush Baby (original title: Shouf Shouf Habibi!) is a 2004 Dutch comedy film, written and directed by Albert ter Heerdt.
Hate Crime (2006)
Hate Crime is a 2005 drama film written and directed by Tommy Stovall and starring Seth Peterson, Bruce Davison, Chad Donella, Cindy Pickett, and Brian J. Smith. Making this film was Stovall's first experience on stage and working with actors; he had only self-produced videos previously.
Two Señoritas from Chicago (1943)
Two Señoritas from Chicago is a 1943 American musical comedy film directed by Frank Woodruff and starring Joan Davis, Jinx Falkenburg and Ann Savage.
Family Plan (2005)
Family Plan is a made-for-television movie filmed in Los Angeles by Mat IV Productions in association with Alpine Media and Larry Levinson Productions and presented by Hallmark Entertainment. It premiered on February 12, 2005 on Hallmark Channel, as part of their Valentine's Day celebration. This is the feature film debut of Chloë Grace Moretz
Shoot to Kill (1947)
Shoot to Kill, also known as Police Reporter is a 1947 American film noir directed by William Berke, and stars Robert Kent, Luana Walters, Edmund MacDonald and Russell Wade.
Barrio is a 1998 Spanish film directed by Fernando León de Aranoa. It won several awards including Best Director at the 13th Goya Awards, and was also nominated for Best Picture.
Passing Summer (2001)
The lives of several Berliners intersect during the heat of the summer.
Confirm or Deny (1941)
Confirm or Deny is a 1941 film made by 20th Century Fox, directed by Archie Mayo and Fritz Lang (uncredited), and starring by Don Ameche and Joan Bennett. The screenplay was written by Jo Swerling, based on a story by Samuel Fuller and Henry Wales.
A woman (Ludmila Alyohina) and her slovenly adult son (Sergey Nazarov) share an apartment and a love-hate relationship.
The Rule of Lead (2014)
Humphrey, the ghost of a murderer, is forced to team up with Lara, a lonely teenager, to save two kidnapped children before his soul dies.
Ruffian is an American television film that tells the story of the U.S. Racing Hall of Fame Champion Thoroughbred filly Ruffian who went undefeated until her death after breaking down in a nationally televised match race at Belmont Park on July 6, 1975 against the Kentucky Derby winner, Foolish Pleasure.
Perry Mason: The Case of the Skin-Deep Scandal (1993)
Mason (Raymond Burr) defends the husband of a cosmetics tycoon (Morgan Fairchild) found slain on the eve of her anti-aging cream's debut.
Road Games (2016)
"Hits hard with excellent acting and wonderful tension" – Bloody Disgusting After a disastrous summer trip, Jack (Andrew Simpson, Rebellion) finds himself hitchhiking through the sun-drenched rural French countryside with nothing but his British passport. Unaware of dangers that are plaguing the roads, he tries without much success to get home. Along the way, he partners with another hitchhiker, a beautiful French girl, Véronique (Joséphine de La Baume, Kiss of the Damned). But when they accept a ride from a local oddball (Frédéric Pierrot, The Returned), the pair find themselves thrown in a deadly game of cat and mouse in which nothing is what it seems. Bursting with nonstop twists and turns and an undercurrent of Hitchcockian malice, this riveting psychological thriller is a hell of a ride. Legendary cult actress Barbara Crampton (Re-Animator, You're Next) co-stars.
Confirmation is a 2016 American television political thriller film, directed by Rick Famuyiwa and written by Susannah Grant. It is about Clarence Thomas' Supreme Court nomination hearings, and the controversy that unfolded when Anita Hill alleged she was sexually harassed by Thomas. It stars Kerry Washington as Hill and Wendell Pierce as Clarence Thomas, with Erika Christensen, Jennifer Hudson, Greg Kinnear, Jeffrey Wright, Bill Irwin, and Eric Stonestreet in supporting roles. The film aired on HBO on April 16, 2016.