Lake on Fire (2016)

A TV crew for a conspiracy show finds a terrifying truth lurking beneath the waters of a lake in southern Nevada.

Millefeuille (2013)

Two young Tunisian women strive for the same emancipation enjoyed by men.

Sweet Savior (1971)

An enigmatic cult leader guides his drug-crazed followers down a bloody trail of carnage.

Goldberg & Eisenberg (2013)

Goldberg, a computer programmer, is stalked by Eisenberg.

Haunted Highway (2006)

A man (Rand Gamble) sees horrific visions while driving with his wife's (Laura Putney) body in the trunk.

The Cold Summer of 1953 (1988)

Two political exiles battle thugs who are terrorizing a small village in Siberia.

The Tip-Off (1931)

Tommy Jordan (Eddie Quillan), a radio repairman, makes a house call and finds himself the focus of the flirtatious Baby Face (Ginger Rogers), who's the girlfriend of boxer Kayo McClure (Robert Armstrong). Tommy fends her off, but then falls in love with the even more dangerous Edna Merino (Joan Peers), the lover of Kayo's manager, mobster Nick Vatelli (Ralf Harolde). When Edna tells Tommy she wants to escape Nick, he helps her get away, causing the gangster to plot his revenge on the pair.

The Fire Within (1963)

An alcoholic French intellectual (Maurice Ronet) sets a date to die, then shoots himself.

Vengeance Is a Golden Blade (1969)

A young woman (Chin Ping) seeks vengeance against those who stole her father's sword.

Red Light (1949)

A tough businessman (George Raft) searches for a hotel Bible he thinks will lead him to his brother's killer.

Nikki and the Perfect Stranger (2013)

Several years after their first encounter in Chicago, Nikki is reunited with Jesus.

Father Damien: The Leper Priest (1980)

Belgian priest Joseph De Veuster (Ken Howard) devotes himself to the Molokai leper colony in 19th-century Hawaii.

Madness of the Heart (1949)

A young Englishwoman (Margaret Lockwood) loves a Frenchman (Paul Dupuis), goes blind and hides in a convent.

Kalimannu (2013)

Meera's husband is declared brain dead the same night her first movie premieres. Before she can end his life support, she considers having his child through artificial insemination and has to fight for her parental rights.

Carnival of Blood (1972)

A serial killer finds irritating women on a carnival ride and murders them in gruesome ways.

Melody Cruise (1933)

A singing playboy (Phil Harris) and his buddy (Charlie Ruggles) cruise to California with good-time girls.

Wildcat Bus (1940)

A broke playboy (Charles Lang) runs a limousine racket until he falls for a rival's daughter (Fay Wray).

The Fighting Gringo (1939)

A gunfighter (George O'Brien) and his partners clear a Spanish rancher charged with murder.

Pretpark Nederland (2006)

The mechanics behind the Dutch tourism industry.

Which Cheese Do You Want? (2011)

An old couple discuss their relationship after a debate over cheese.

Matter of Trust (1998)

A detective (C. Thomas Howell) helps his former fiancee (Joan Severance) with a homicide case that endangers her and her new love.

I'll Be Homeless for Christmas (2012)

After discovering that his latest mark is a single mother who works with the homeless, a con man decides to help make the approaching Christmas a memorable one for her and her son.

La Maison de Nina (2005)

During the waning days of World War II, special orphanages, called Houses of Hope, are established in France and are mainly populated by Jewish children. Though low on food and supplies, the orphanage's leader, Nina (Agns Jaoui), does a good job managing one of the homes and cares for the children as best as she can. But, when they receive of a group of children recently liberated from a concentration camp, Nina's orphanage is faced with a new series of challenges.

Aan Milo Sajna (1970)

A widow is tricked by her son to leave her entire inheritance to his fiancée, but little does she know that the fiancée is a hired actress, who is secretly in love with a local peasant.

Zurdo (2003)

A corrupt police officer (Alejandro Camacho) tries to make a young marbles player (lex Perea) lose an upcoming match with a highly regarded opponent.

The War in Europe (2009)

During the first three years of World War II, Germany dominates the European continent beginning with the invasion of Poland through the fall of France.

My Step Brother Frankenstein (2004)

Leonid, a scientist living and working in Moscow, is surprised when the 20-year-old son he never knew he had arrives on his doorstep, wounded in both body and mind from fighting Chechan rebels.

Shame (2006)

In the tiny village of Meerwala, Pakistan, peasant farmer Ghulam Fareed ekes out a meager living with his son, Shaqoor, and his young daughter, Mukhtaran Mai. When Shaqoor is accused of molesting the neighbor's daughter, the family seeks recompense by engineering the rape of Mukhtaran. The documentary chronicles the desperate efforts of Mukhtaran and her family to find justice in Pakistan, a country where women don't have equal rights and men and the military rule the land.

Glenn Gould - Hereafter (2006)

Filmmaker Bruno Monsaingeon examines the life and work of Canadian pianist Glenn Gould.

Late Autumn (1960)

A Japanese widow (Setsuko Hara) needs to marry off her daughter, but some of the potential suitors are more interested in her.

Die Manner Der Emden (2013)

After their ship is sunk in the Indian Ocean, 50 German sailors face a dangerous journey back to their homeland.

Freckles Comes Home (1942)

A college man (Johnny Downs) comes home and catches city slickers eyeing his girlfriend's (Gale Storm) father's bank.

Standing Up: Taking Over the War (2008)

In Kabul, members of the Afghan National Army train to defend their country against the Taliban and al-Qaida.

Zero Focus (1961)

When Teiko's new husband disappears on a business trip, she finds a pair of mysterious postcards hidden in a book that might be clues to his fate.

Out of Time (2000)

A man (James McDaniel) with untreatable cancer drinks from a magic spring, sleeps for 20 years and wakes in 2000 when his wife is remarried (Mel Harris) and he may be cured.

A Study in Scarlet (1933)

While investigating a secretive group of aristocrats, Sherlock Holmes (Reginald Owen) and Dr. Watson (Warburton Gamble) must contend with a number of murders related to the elite society. Suspects involved in the case include lawyer and socialite Thaddeus Merrydew (Allan Dinehart) and Mrs. Pyke (Anna May Wong), the widow of a deceased group member. The stakes become higher when the lovely Eileen Forrester (June Clyde) is targeted by the killer and seeks the protection of Holmes and Watson.

Stevie (2008)

A couple adopt a 6-year-old girl who has a malevolent spirit companion.

Slave (2009)

A man tries to find his fiancee after she has been kidnapped by a dangerous psychopath.

Submarines (2003)

The crews of two American and Russian submarines that accidentally collided must join forces to stop a band of terrorists.

Supernova (2000)

Supernova is a science fiction thriller that chronicles the high-stakes adventures of a deep space hospital ship and its six member crew. When their vessel, the Nightingale 229, answers an emergency distress signal from a distant galaxy, the crew soon finds itself in danger from the mysterious young man they rescue, the alien artifact he smuggled aboard and the gravitational pull of a giant star about to go supernova -- the most massive explosion in the universe.

The Sender (1982)

A suicidal amnesiac (Zeljko Ivanek) sends rats, flames and other nightmares by telepathy to his psychiatrist (Kathryn Harrold).

School Spirit (1985)

Hit by a truck, a college student (Tom Nolan) comes back as a ghost and spies on girls in a shower room.

Seven Doors to Death (1944)

An architect (Chick Chandler) studies the doors of six shops and an apartment house to solve a gem theft/double murder.

Swerve (2010)

A fatal car crash lands a young man (Shiloh Fernandez) at the line between reality and oblivion.

Sweethearts (1997)

A troubled woman (Janeane Garofalo) brandishes a handgun and bares her soul during an intense blind date.

The Shepherd: Border Patrol (2008)

A border-patrol agent (Jean-Claude Van Damme) must stop renegade Special Forces soldiers from smuggling heroin into the United States.

The Swan Princess III (1998)

The spirited animals of Swan Lake help their prince and princess save the kingdom from a sinister sorceress.

Switch (2011)

Sophie decides to trade apartments for a holiday with someone from Paris. The morning after her arrival, the police come and find a beheaded body in a locked part of the house.

Silent Night, Deadly Night III: Better Watch Out! (1989)

A scientist (Richard Beymer) links a psychic blind girl (Samantha Scully) to killer Ricky's (Bill Moseley) brain, mounted on top of his head.

Stepfather 2: Make Room for Daddy (1989)

After cheating death by surviving being both stabbed and shot, psychotic killer Jerry (Terry O'Quinn) is placed in a mental institution, but he soon murders his doctor and escapes. Taking on a dead man's identity, he moves to an upscale neighborhood in Los Angeles and sets his sights on local woman Carol (Meg Foster), slowly winning her heart. Carol's son, Todd (Jonathan Brandis), grows suspicious of his mom's new lover, however, and tensions reach the boiling point at the couple's wedding.

Stella (1990)

A working-class woman (Bette Midler) raises her out-of-wedlock daughter (Trini Alvarado) alone, then lets her go to her rich father.

Starstruck (1982)

A Sydney teen (Jo Kennedy) tries to make it as a rock singer, with help from her odd 14-year-old cousin (Ross O'Donovan).

The Seduction (1982)

A TV newswoman (Morgan Fairchild) is stalked by a fan (Andrew Stevens) with a camera who wants more than just her picture.

Smash Palace (1981)

Al Shaw (Bruno Lawrence) retires from auto racing to take over his father's garage in rural New Zealand. His cosmopolitan wife, Jacqui (Anna Jemison), is happy that he's no longer risking his life on the Grand Prix circuit, but she quickly becomes bored in their small town. She takes up with a local policeman and announces that she's leaving Al and bringing their daughter, Georgie (Greer Robson), with her. Al, in desperation, decides to kidnap Georgie and head further out into the frontier.

Say Hello To Yesterday (1971)

After a quarrel with her husband, an unnamed woman (Jean Simmons) heads to London on the train for a shopping trip. In her compartment, en route, a much younger man (Leonard Whiting) approaches her and tries to strike up a conversation, from which she escapes. But the man remains close behind, following the woman to a department store and then to her mother's apartment. The man offers her the alluring possibility of an affair, despite their many differences.

Scandalous John (1971)

An elderly Old West rancher (Brian Keith) fights, rather than give up his land to a developer.

Four Robbers (1987)

A ruthless gang of criminals stays one step ahead of the law.

L'événement le plus important depuis que l'homme a marché sur la lune (1973)

Told he is pregnant, an Italian (Marcello Mastroianni) with a wife (Catherine Deneuve) and child becomes famous and starts a fad.

Shaapit (2010)

Trapped in a generational curse, a young woman cannot marry her lover, who intends to put an end to the affliction.

The Set Up (1995)

Charlie Thorpe (Billy Zane) is a brilliant security expert and convicted burglar. After being released from prison, Charlie resolves to turn his life around and takes a straight job designing the security for a newly renovated bank. However, his old criminal life catches up with him when his former prison mate, Kliff (James Russo), kidnaps his new girlfriend, Gina (Mia Sara). Charlie is left with few options when Kliff blackmails him into breaking into the bank.

The Secret to a Happy Ending (2010)

Three years in the career of rock group Drive-By Truckers.

Skeletons (2010)

Two exorcists remove the skeletons from people's cupboards revealing embarassing secrets.

Seven Minutes in Heaven (1986)

A brainy teen (Jennifer Connelly), her boy-crazy friend (Maddie Corman) and a teenage guy (Byron Thames) take trips out of town and grow up.

Do You Know This Voice? (1964)

An elderly woman (Isa Miranda) helps trap a kidnapper (Dan Duryea) she has seen make a phone call for ransom.

Michael Bolton Live At The Royal Albert Hall (2010)

Join Michael Bolton for an unforgettable concert at London's famous Royal Albert Hall as he delivers hit after hit in his trademark soulful style in front of a packed audience. With his inimitable voice, charismatic stage presence and superb songwriting Michael Bolton holds the audience in the palm of his hand as he performs classics such as "How Am I Supposed To Live Without You?", "Time, Love And Tenderness", "Can I Touch You There" and "How Can We Be Lovers" alongside his unique interpretations of "Fly Me To The Moon", "Summertime", "That's Life" and "(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay" plus his own rendition of "Murder My Heart", the hit he co-wrote with Lady Gaga. Simply a wonderful night.

The Odd Couple (1979)

Two bickering martial-arts masters and their respective students band together to fight a deadly foe.

Cole Younger & The Black Train (2012)

Cole Younger has an experience with a black train as a teenager and again as an adult, then he helps form the most-notorious outlaw band of the Old West.

Cole Younger, Gunfighter (1958)

In the days after the Civil War, Kit Caswell (James Best) rebels against an increasingly corrupt police force in Texas. After escaping from police custody, Kit happens upon Cole Younger (Frank Lovejoy), a killer who explains the circumstances behind his actions. The outcasts strike up a friendship and return to town to see Kit's girlfriend. Once back, Kit discovers his father has been killed. Attempting to find those responsible, he's forced to flee after he's accused of murder.

I Married An Angel (1942)

Anna Zador (Jeanette MacDonald) has been in love with Count Willie Palaffi (Nelson Eddy) for six years, but he has never shown an interest in her, for she is just a lowly secretary at his bank. Willie believes the only woman good enough for him would be an angel descended from heaven. So, when an actual angel shows up, Willie thinks he has found his match. However, in a case of "be careful what you wish for," he learns that having an angel for a wife is more troublesome than he'd imagined.

Little Shaolin Monks (2007)

This acclaimed documentary follows the lives of a group of "Little Warrior Monks" who live in the famous Shaolin Temple and practice the highest form of martial arts known to man. The kids range in age from 6 to 12 years and lead lives isolated from the rest of the world. Each day their discipline includes rigorous training, dedicated prayer and a vegetarian lifestyle. Other children their age admire these legendary "Shaolin Monks." This film also follows the plight of one particular "Little Monk" whose dream is to venture out of the Temple to go to Tiananmen Square to see the statue of Chairman Mao.

All That Remains (2011)

Four strangers take to the road on opposite sides the Pacific Ocean, each at a transformative moment in their lives. When they meet by chance, their understanding of family, friendship, and love change them forever.

The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing (1955)

Notorious playboy and architect Stanford White (Ray Milland), smitten by teenage cabaret performer Evelyn Nesbit (Joan Collins), seduces her. A hot commodity, Evelyn is then wooed by and later married to Harry Thaw (Farley Granger), a jealous railroad baron. When Evelyn's prior involvement with White is brought to the surface, Thaw snaps and seeks out the architect, shooting him in front of several witnesses. In the wake of the murder, Thaw's lawyers have their work cut out for them.

Colony (2009)

Beekeepers across the United States cope with colony collapses that have killed millions of bees.

Between the Tides (1958)

In December of 2006, researchers from Jadavpur University in Calcutta reported that the first inhabited island has been submerged as a result of rising sea levels and global warming. 10,000 people once inhabited the island of Lohachara in the Bay of Bengal. They have recently become landless refugees. Reports indicate that residents have fled to the larger island of Sagar, which is also eroding into the Ganges estuary. Researchers at Jadavpur said that at least 70,000 people in the Sundarban atoll will become eco-refugees within several years. In today's economically connected world, it is imperative to understand how the swiftly changing world is shaping the way in which we live and interact. By presenting the case study of the Sundarbans in a format easily accessible to all ages and backgrounds, the film producers are bringing to light a contemporary story in need of attention. The documentary film uses education to promote practical awareness of a potentially devastating affect of climate change. While the film is made accessible to a broader audience with an entertainment value, it will also be used to indirectly persuade policy makers to make sound decisions on climate change issues. The project also aspires to give the audience the opportunity to confront the idea of how decisions made in one corner of the globe directly affect people living in another.

Eden of the East the Movie II: Paradise Lost (2010)

The story of Eden of the East: Paradise Lost is about the two main characters of the anime series, Akira and Saki. They return to Japan and encounter the deceased Prime Minister's wife, Chigusa. Akira finds out that he is accused of being the son to the Prime Minister, so Chigusa decides to take some of Akira's hair so that she can run a DNA test to see if this rumor is true. As soon as this happens, Akira and Saki get separated from each other, but he asks Saki to help him look for his mother. She brings her dog, Annie to help guide her through the website of Eden of the East. During Saki's journey, she finds Akira's mother named Aya. Aya denies being the mother of Akira, but she did have a relationship with Iijima, the former Prime Minister. As soon as Saki learns more about Aya, Aya flees from the area. At this moment, Saki is convinced that Aya is Akira's mother after Aya tells her that Akira was abandoned as a child with five-hundred yen to take care of himself, alone. Akira meets up with the Eden staff and drive to see Chigusa. Akira is then forced by Mononobe to retire from the game, so that he can take charge of the government, but Akira declines his request so that he can gain full control the game. Akira makes contact with every phone in Japan so that their owners can change the future of Japan once and for all! After this happens, Akira decides to check his DNA results from his hair pieces Chigusa had, with Chigusa nowhere in sight. He finds out that he is not the son of Prime Minister, Iijima. He leaves the area, fulfilling his promise of finding Saki and reuniting with her.

Paradise Lost (1999)

A doctor struggles to stop a rain forest from being bulldozed for a tourist attraction in Central America.

Dracula Has Risen From The Grave (1968)

The vampire count (Christopher Lee) bites a tavern waitress and a monsignor's (Rupert Davies) niece (Veronica Carlson), then falls on something sharp.

Meet Me In Las Vegas (1956)

Well-heeled ranching tycoon Chuck Rodwell (Dan Dailey) is on his annual pilgrimage to Las Vegas and hopes to win big at the casinos. On his visit to the Sands Hotel, Chuck encounters a haughty ballerina, Maria Corvier (Cyd Charisse), whose mere presence appears to have reversed his run of bad luck. Believing the dancer is his good-luck charm, Chuck asks Maria to accompany him for the remainder of his trip. Sparks develop, but not before a series of comic misunderstandings.