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.
A couple have to decide who will keep their job at a bank when they get married.
Broken Lullaby (1994)
A Russian count (Oliver Tobias) and an art expert (Rob Stewart) involve a genealogist (Mel Harris) in a family feud and murder in Europe.
90 Minutes with Alan Keyes (2015)
Randall Terry sits down with Alan Keyes to discuss the direction of America, President Obama, unethical leadership, and what makes our freedoms inalienable.
Night Court (1932)
A judge (Walter Huston) frames a cabby's (Phillips Holmes) wife (Anita Page) who has proof of his corruption.
In Love and War (2001)
British soldier Eric Newby (Callum Blue) is captured by Italian forces in World War II. Held captive in a prisoner-of-war camp at a derelict orphanage, Newby is released after the Italian armistice of 1943. But his freedom is short-lived. Newby soon finds himself the target of a Nazi division that refuses to surrender. He survives thanks to the help of Italian farmers and a woman, Wanda (Barbora Bobulova), who gives him food, teaches him Italian and falls in love with him.
Nocturnal Agony (2011)
A highly successful middle-class woman's perfect world turns upside-down when secrets from her past suddenly resurface, painfully forcing her to examine her life.
The Ghoul (1933)
Egyptologist and professor Henry Morlant (Boris Karloff) thinks an ancient jewel will give him powers of rejuvenation if it is offered up to the god Anubis. But when Morlant dies, his assistant Laing (Ernest Thesiger) steals the jewel. While a gaggle of interlopers, including a disreputable lawyer (Cedric Hardwicke) and a fake vicar (Ralph Richardson), descend on the professor's manor to steal the jewel for themselves, Morlant returns from the dead to punish everyone who has betrayed him.
When Chellappa falls in love with Mary, she reveals her troubled past.
The Fantastic Argoman (1967)
Superhero Argoman (Roger Browne) fights forces of evil, starting in England.
Seeds of Doubt (1996)
A reporter (Alberta Watson) helps free a convicted murderer (Joe Lando) from prison, then fears she may be his next victim.
Suicide Commandos (1967)
On the eve of D-Day, a group of British commandos is assigned to sabotage a Nazi air base located in German territory.
Stranger From Shaolin (1977)
After a young woman survives a devastating attack on her temple, she turns to a local merchant to hone the fighting skills she'll need to avenge her people.
The Fighting Stallion (1950)
World War II veteran Lon Evans (Bill Edwards) is told he will soon go blind. Lon returns to his ranch in Wyoming and discovers a white stallion. Though the horse is wild and seemingly unbreakable, Lon decides to train it to serve him when he loses his sight, and he manages to break the horse in time for it to save him from a wild black stallion. Meanwhile, Lon meets Jeanne Barton (Doris Merrick). The two fall in love, but Lon never forgets his prognosis, and refuses to marry Jean.
The Knife of Don Juan (2013)
After an arm wrestling match leads two brothers to a house party, a sibling rivalry is put on hold when a fight breaks out.
The Head (1959)
Dr. Ood (Horst Frank) puts his colleague's (Michel Simon) head in serum X, and a nurse's (Karin Kernke) head on the body of a stripper.
Salaam Kashmier (2014)
A family man is revealed to have been a military officer and is called back to complete a mission.
Bram Stoker's The Mummy (1997)
An unseen intruder attacks Egyptologist Abel Trelawny (Lloyd Bochner), sending him to the hospital in a coma. His daughter, Margaret (Amy Locane), is distraught and turns to an old boyfriend, Robert Wyatt (Eric Lutes), for help. Robert and Margaret discover evidence among Trelawny's belongings indicating that a curse was placed on him, decades ago, when he stole a rare jewel from an Egyptian tomb. The only solution may be to resurrect the Egyptian dead.
Night of the Blood Monster (1969)
A sadistic witch hunter carves a path of terror through the once-peaceful countryside in 17th-century England.
Adolf Hitler: Pure Evil (2016)
Research reveals the Nazi party's involvement in the occult.
Cinco de Chocolate y Uno de Fresa (1968)
A novice eats some special mushrooms and her personality changes acting like a crazy psychedelic young woman.
Calendar Girl (1947)
An artist and a composer (Gail Patrick) fight over a model (Jane Frazee) in a circa-1900 New York boardinghouse.
Last Conversations (2015)
Filmmaker Eduardo Coutinho talks with students.
Muay Thai Warrior (2010)
Japanese forces leave Yamada Nagamasa for dead, but he recovers in a village, where he learns the art of Muay Boran. He becomes a bodyguard for the king and is selected to fight against the elite Japanese warriors who had left him to die.
Flame of Youth (1949)
High schoolers try nickel-and-dime crime, then wise up the hard way.
A filmmaker finds himself over his head when he makes a documentary about a low-level drug dealer.
Night Train to Memphis (1946)
A Tennessee mountain man tries to soothe his kinfolk's fears about the local railroad and the future of their homesteads.
Nomads of the North (1920)
A Mountie allows an innocent fugitive to escape with the woman he loves.
Roll, Thunder, Roll (1949)
Red Ryder (Jim Bannon) and Little Beaver (Don Kay Reynolds) help a Mexican Robin Hood framed by raiders.
Lost Platoon (1988)
A photo prompts a former GI to scour Central America for the apparently immortal soldiers who long ago saved his life.
A lonely man meets the daughter of a restaurant owner and gets romantically involved with her.
The Cowboy and the Prizefighter (1950)
Red Ryder (Jim Bannon) KOs a fight racket with sidekick Little Beaver (Little Brown Jug) and a new friend.
Dating Death (2004)
A game of Truth or Dare turns deadly for a group of friends (Stephy Tang, Edwin Siu, Theresa Fu).
In the Dark (2006)
A Hollywood messenger has to choose between friendship and retribution on his racist employers.
Didi - Der Doppelgänger (1984)
A look-alike bartender (Dieter Hallervorden) becomes a corporate CEO's double.
Drei Gegen Drei (1985)
Three German pop stars look just like a trio of Latin American dictators.
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (2005)
An evil hypnotist puts on an amazing carnival act, but all is not what it seems.
Prisoners in Petticoats (1950)
A professor's daughter (Valentine Perkins) plays piano in a gangster's nightclub and goes to jail.
G.I. War Brides (1946)
A woman hatches a plan to pass immigration by stowing away on a boat carrying war brides to the United States.
Muthal Mariyathai (1985)
A middle-aged man finds escape from his loveless marriage through his friendship with a boatman's daughter.
Changing Husbands (1924)
Two aspiring actresses (Leatrice Joy) with similar physical traits decide to switch mates.
Killing Ruth: The Snuff Dialogues (2011)
After killing a woman in a nursing home, a female assassin (Irena Huljak) befriends her neighbor.
Cuban Fireball (1950)
A Cuban singer (Estelita Rodriguez) poses as an old lady to safely claim her inheritance in Los Angeles.
A German scientist (Erich von Stroheim) mixes bad genes by artificial insemination and creates a cold temptress, Alraune (Hildegard Knef).
Swiss Family Robinson (1972)
Shipwrecked off the coast of Africa in 1750, a family chisels out a wild new life.
The Noise of Cairo (2013)
The influence art had on the revolution in Egypt.
Two youths deal with the implications of killing another person.
Juan in a Million (2012)
Juan (Sergio Allard) goes to sleep after an epic party and when he wakes up the entire city is empty.
A recluse (Jack Holt) offers shelter to a troubled young woman (Seena Owen).
Broadcaster Tavis Smiley, Dr. Cornel West and a group of friends discuss the experience of being black in America.
A Secret World (2012)
A young woman from the middle-class goes on a road trip across Mexico.
Beyond Dream's Door (1988)
Nightmares bring a college student (Nick Baldasare) to his dream-girl double in a house of living dead.
Seven Minutes (2009)
Lonely men and women have seven minutes to impress each other through speed dating.
Cheech & Chong's Hey Watch This (2010)
Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong reunite for a comedy tour in San Antonio.
Your Place or Mine (1998)
A womanizing image consultant (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) falls for a client while considering romance with his female boss (Ada Choi).
Incarcerated for assault and manslaughter, a man (Siu-wong Fan) survives in a futuristic prison by resorting to more extreme violence.
Dream House (1998)
A computer controlling a state-of-the-art house decides that new homeowners (Timothy Busfield, Jennifer Dale, Dan Petronijevic) are unfit to reside there.
Vuelve a la Vida (2010)
A love story involves a New York model, a Mexican scuba diver and a shark.
The Meanest Man in the World (1943)
Richard Clarke (Jack Benny) is a good-natured lawyer who lacks the hard-boiled legal instincts to be financially successful. When the object of his affections, Janie Brown (Priscilla Lane), decides to marry a wealthy suitor, Richard resolves to relocate his legal practice to New York City and make an attempt to win Janie's heart. Now, with the help of litigious billionaire Frederick Leggitt (Edmund Gwenn), Clarke makes the transformation from nice-guy attorney to ruthless legal shark.
Slices of Life (2010)
Mira awakes in front of a seedy motel and has amnesia, then she reads three stories in a sketchbook that she fears are coming to life.
The Big Bang (2003)
A petty criminal (Justin Capaz) meets his fate in a small Florida town.
Law of the Tropics (1941)
A nightclub singer (Constance Bennett) marries a jilted rubber salesman (Jeffrey Lynn) in the Amazon.
The Catman of Paris (1946)
An amnesiac Frenchman (Carl Esmond) blames himself for deeds done with the mark of a beast.
Carnival Rock (1957)
An ocean-side nightclub owner (David J. Stewart) loves a singer (Susan Cabot) who only has eyes for a gambler (Brian Hutton).
Naked Youth (1961)
A teenage escapee from a correctional facility falls in with a drug dealer operating near the Mexican border.
One Stone Two Birds (2005)
During the Ming Dynasty an exiled minister tries to evade assassins.
Dex Hamilton and the Doomsday Swarm (2012)
Entomologist Dex Hamilton protects a giant alien insect from a ruthless exterminator who wants to see all bugs in the galaxy wiped out.
Teenager Richie (Robby Benson) is spiraling out of control and his family doesn't know what to do. After he falls in with a bad crowd, Richie's drug use gets out of hand. Richie's strict but loving father (Ben Gazzara) wants to help his son but does not know how to communicate with him adequately. As pressure upon pressure piles on top of the perpetually stoned and emotionally confused Richie, the conflict with his father escalates to the point of no return.
Patricia Cornwell's The Front (2010)
A district attorney (Andie MacDowell) and an investigator (Daniel Sunjata) reopen the case of a brutal, 40-year-old murder.
The Story of Temple Drake (1933)
A hedonistic woman kills her rapist and admits to it during trial to save a man who is falsely accused.
An ambitious stock-car racer is offered a slot on a championship team, but to join them would mean abandoning the people who helped him get where he is.
Search for Beauty (1934)
Two beauty-contest winners (Larry "Buster" Crabbe, Ida Lupino) skip town after learning they were only going to be posing for the pinup trade.
Safari Express (1977)
An air/land safari operator saves a blonde with amnesia from a usurper of uranium rights in Africa.
Boys Will Be Boys (1935)
A schoolmaster (Will Hay) tries to help a thief (Gordon Harker) turn his life around.
La Hermana Blanca (1960)
A young woman joins a religious order after hearing reports that her fiance, a soldier, has been killed in battle.
Ed Mort (1998)
A Brazilian detective falls for his client's daughter. Based on the cartoon character created by Miguel Paiva.
John Cage: Journeys in Sound (2012)
Filmmakers Allan Miller and Paul Smaczny chronicle the life of composer John Cage.
Outlaw Brothers (1990)
Two car thieves commit crimes as they dodge the female police officer who is on their trail.
Home in Indiana (1944)
After he is sent to the Indiana countryside to live with his aunt and his hard-drinking Uncle Thunder (Walter Brennan), troubled teen Sparke Thornton (Lon McCallister) begins skipping school to learn to race horses at a neighboring ranch. When Thunder, a retired breeder, finds out Sparke is spending time with his former partner, Godaw Boole, he forbids him to continue. Sparke struggles to follow his new passion against Thunder's wishes, and schemes to reignite his uncle's equestrian interests.
The Lost Episode (2012)
A local TV show goes to an abandoned mental hospital with a reputation for paranormal activity. They are tormented by restless souls from their past as they die one by one.
Rumble on the Docks (1956)
A juvenile delinquent (James Darren) puts his gang behind a New York waterfront union racketeer (Michael Granger).
Adriana arrives in Miami with a camera and lands a job filming robberies with two crooks and posting them on the Internet.
Shaolin Family Soccer (2004)
A man poses as a nanny so that he can have a hand in raising his bratty grandson.
Gentle Savage (1973)
Racial tensions explode in an Arizona town when an American Indian is accused of raping a businessman's stepdaughter.
A psychopathic janitor takes a special interest in his apartment complex's new resident.
Will It Snow for Christmas? (1996)
A woman (Dominique Reymond) keeps a happy home for her children despite the tyranny of her mostly absent husband (Daniel Duval).
No Orchids for Miss Blandish (1948)
Based on the novel by James Hadley Chase. A psychopathic kidnapper falls in love with his wealthy victim.
Imperio de la Fortuna (1986)
A farmer finds his fortune in the world of cock fighting, with his rooster and a woman that brings him good luck.
Covered Wagon Days (1940)
The Three Mesquiteers (Robert Livingston, Raymond Hatton, Duncan Renaldo) stop silver smugglers and save a framed man.
Black Easter (1994)
In the near future a policeman investigates the death of a nurse who smuggled Muslims away from a war zone.
Three men rape a 12-year-old (Nitya Shetty) during a ritualistic ceremony in an East Indian village.
The Insatiable Moon (2010)
Arthur, a self-proclaimed son of God, sets off on a mission to find the Queen of Heaven.
Million Dollar Pursuit (1951)
A nightclub operator (Grant Withers) hears a two-bit hood (Norman Budd) plans to rob a department store.
The Prodigy (2019)
With the help of a panda, a brave girl sets out to rescue her kingdom's prince.
The Strange Mrs. Crane (1948)
An old politician's (Pierre Watkin) bride (Marjorie Lord) kills to hide her past as a badger-game con artist.
The Walter Gretzky Story: Waking Up Wally (2005)
The father (Tom McCamus) of hockey star Wayne Gretzky (Kristen Holden-Ried) struggles to regain his memory after having a stroke.
The Duck Hunter (2010)
In a small village near the river Po before World War II, Mario and his friends go about their daily lives until a disruption comes.
The Pip From Pittsburg (1931)
A disheveled man (Charley Chase) goes on a blind date with a beauty (Thelma Todd).
The Bushbaby (1970)
An English girl (Margaret Brooks) misses a boat and crosses Africa with her pet bush baby and a native servant (Louis Gossett Jr.).
Three of a Kind (2011)
An abusive drug lord learns that his wife is having an affair with her bodyguard, and the two men begin a deadly cat-and-mouse game.