Matador (1986)

Matador is a 1986 film by Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar about a student matador, Ángel Jiménez (Antonio Banderas), who confesses to murders he did not commit. Themes include sex, death, and religion.

Don't Die Too Hard! (2001)

La Tour Montparnasse Infernale is a 2001 French comedy film directed by Charles Nemes and written by Kader Aoun, Ramzy Bedia, Eric Judor and Xavier Matthieu. When it came out in cinemas in Canada, it was translated into Don't Die Too Hard in reference to Die Hard, starring Bruce Willis.

The Black Cat (1934)

The Black Cat is a 1934 horror film that became Universal Pictures' biggest box office hit of the year. The picture was the first of eight movies (six of which were produced by Universal) to pair actors Béla Lugosi and Boris Karloff. Edgar G. Ulmer directed the film, which was also notable for being one of the first movies with an almost continuous music score. Lugosi also appears in a 1941 film with the same title.

Tamara (2005)

Tamara is a 2005 Canadian-American horror film, released only in select theatres by City Lights Pictures, a Manhattan-based production company.

The Heart of the Matter (1953)

The Heart of the Matter is a 1953 British film based on the 1948 book of the same name by Graham Greene. It was directed by George More O'Ferrall for London Films. It was entered into the 1953 Cannes Film Festival.

The Key (1958)

The Key is a 1958 British war film set in 1941 during the Battle of the Atlantic. It was based on the 1951 novel Stella by Jan de Hartog (later republished as The Distant Shore and The Key) and was directed by Sir Carol Reed. William Holden, Sophia Loren and Trevor Howard starred in the production. The key to a flat in wartime Britain may augur bad luck for a succession of tug captains of the Royal Navy whose task is to rescue crippled ships in "U-boat Alley." As each takes possession from his unfortunate predecessor, the flat's other occupant, a Swiss expatriate named Stella, apparently goes with it. The latest captain struggles with his conflicting fears and affection for its apparent jinx.

Casshern (2004)

Casshern (キャシャーン Kyashān) is a 2004 Japanese tokusatsu film adaptation of the anime series of the same name. It was written and directed by Kazuaki Kiriya. It stars Yusuke Iseya as Tetsuya Azuma/Casshern, Kumiko Aso as Luna Kozuki, Toshiaki Karasawa as Burai, Mayumi Sada as Saguree, and Jun Kaname as Barashin.

The Patsy (1964)

Eccentric bellhop Stanley Belt (Jerry Lewis) is recruited unexpectedly by the comedy team of a recently deceased entertainer.

I Saw What You Did (1965)

I Saw What You Did is a 1965 American horror film released by Universal Pictures and starring Joan Crawford and John Ireland. The plot follows two teenage girls who find themselves in serious danger after making a prank phone call to a man who has just murdered his wife. The screenplay by William P. McGivern was based upon the 1964 novel Out of the Dark by Ursula Curtiss. The film was produced and directed by William Castle.

Running On Empty (1988)

Running on Empty is a 1988 film featuring River Phoenix, Judd Hirsch, Christine Lahti, and Martha Plimpton, directed by Sidney Lumet, and was produced by Lorimar. It is the story of a counterculture couple on the run from the FBI, and how one of their sons starts to break out of this fugitive lifestyle. Phoenix was nominated for an Academy Award as Best Supporting Actor for his role in the film; Naomi Foner was nominated for Best Original Screenplay. Phoenix was nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role at the Golden Globes; Lahti was nominated for Best Performance by an Actress. The film was nominated for Best Director and Best Motion Picture (Drama), and it won a Golden Globe for Best Screenplay. Plimpton was nominated for a Young Artist Award for Best Young Actress in a Motion Picture. The film marked the second time Phoenix and Plimpton would play one another's romantic interest, having co-starred in the film The Mosquito Coast two years earlier.

And Jimmy Went to the Rainbow's Foot (1971)

Und Jimmy ging zum Regenbogen is a movie by Alfred Vohrer based on the novel The Caesar Code by Johannes Mario Simmel. It was filmed in Vienna and Munich in autumn 1970 and released in March 1971.

Kid Monk Baroni (1952)

Kid Monk Baroni is a 1952 American Film Noir film directed by Harold D. Schuster. It is also known as Young Paul Baroni in the United Kingdom and is noted for being an early film appearance for Leonard Nimoy, who would become famous for his role as Spock on the TV series Star Trek. This film marks the first time that Nimoy played the lead role in a motion picture.

The Missourians (1950)

The Missourians is a 1950 American Western film directed by George Blair and written by Arthur E. Orloff. The film stars Monte Hale, Paul Hurst, Roy Barcroft, Lyn Thomas, Howard Negley and Scott Elliott. The film was released on November 25, 1950, by Republic Pictures.

Love and Hisses (1937)

Love and Hisses is a 1937 American musical comedy film directed by Sidney Lanfield and starring Walter Winchell, Ben Bernie and Simone Simon. It is the sequel to the film Wake Up and Live. Twentieth Century Fox's Darryl F. Zanuck wanted to continue the series with further films, but Winchell chose to return to New York to concentrate on his newspaper and radio work.

For the Moment (1993)

For the Moment is a 1993 film written and directed by Aaron Kim Johnston and starring Russell Crowe and Christianne Hirt. The plot revolves around airmen training in rural Manitoba, Canada, with the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan during the Second World War. The main focus of the story is the wartime romance between Russell Crowe's character and a local girl. Johnston was inspired to write the screenplay based on the stories of his father who was an instructor and bomber pilot in the war, and his mother's experiences as a young woman on the home front.

North from the Lone Star (1941)

North from the Lone Star is a 1941 American Western film directed by Lambert Hillyer and written by Charles F. Royal. The film stars Wild Bill Elliott, Richard Fiske, Dorothy Fay, Dub Taylor, Arthur Loft and Jack Roper. The film was released on March 31, 1941, by Columbia Pictures.

The Pretender (1987)

A worldly high school guy pretends to be a Christian to date a girl.

The Suicide Song (2007)

Densen Uta (伝染歌, Contagious Song) is a 2007 Japanese satiric Japanese horror film produced by Shochiku Corporation and directed by Masato Harada. Many of the cast are members of the AKB48 idol girl group.

High Noon (2000)

High Noon is a 2000 American Western film directed by Rod Hardy and written by Carl Foreman and T. S. Cook. It is a remake of the 1952 film High Noon. The film stars Tom Skerritt, Susanna Thompson, Reed Diamond, María Conchita Alonso, Dennis Weaver, August Schellenberg and Michael Madsen. The film premiered on TBS on August 20, 2000.

Star (2001)

When his son's life is threatened, an ex-collector hides him away and hires an unlucky man to take his place.

Drop-Out Mother (1988)

A working mother feels as though she is neglecting her family and decides to quit her job and take a more active role in her children's lives, but winds up throwing her family into deeper turmoil.

Antropophagus (1980)

Antropophagus (released in the United Kingdom as Anthropophagous: The Beast and in the United States as The Grim Reaper; also known as Zombie 7) is a 1980 Italian horror film directed by Joe D'Amato and co-written by D'Amato and George Eastman, who starred in the film as the monster. The film also starred Tisa Farrow (her last role; her voice dubbed by Carolyn De Fonseca), Zora Kerova, Saverio Vallone, Serena Grandi, Margaret Mazzantini, Mark Bodin, Bob Larsen, Simone Baker, Mark Logan and Rubina Rey. Antropophagus was one of the infamous "Video Nasties" that was prosecuted in the United Kingdom in the early 1980s.

Man in the Saddle (1951)

Man in the Saddle is a 1951 Western film directed by André de Toth starring Randolph Scott. The screenplay is based on the novel of the same name by Ernest Haycox. Man in the Saddle was the first of the many lucrative collaborations between its star Randolph Scott and producer Harry Joe Brown. The film's plot centers on a farmer (Scott) who turns to violence when a powerful and ruthless land baron (Knox) tries to take over his land. In the process he is caught between two women, the ambitious Laurie (Leslie) and the down-to-earth Nan (Drew). The climax of the film is a fierce fistfight between Scott and John Russell.

Il segno di Venere (1955)

The Sign of Venus (Italian: Il segno di Venere) is a 1955 Italian comedy film directed by Dino Risi and starring Sophia Loren. It was entered into the 1955 Cannes Film Festival.

Betrayal (2012)

Betrayal is a 2012 Russian drama film directed by Kirill Serebrennikov. The film was selected to compete for the Golden Lion at the 69th Venice International Film Festival. At the 2012 Abu Dhabi Film Festival, Franziska Petri won the award for Best Actress.

The Man Called Noon (1973)

The Man Called Noon is a 1973 film directed by Peter Collinson. It stars Richard Crenna and Stephen Boyd. It is based on a 1970 Louis L'Amour novel of the same name.

Water (2004)

In the country, a young couple from Tel Aviv must share a fountain with Palestinian workers.

The Heart of Justice (1992)

When a desperate young man pumps five bullets into a successful author as he leaves a New York club and then turns the gun on himself, everyone wants to know why. The case is followed by Leader (ERIC STOLTZ), a young news reporter, who meets Emma (JENNIFER CONNELLY) the manipulative sister of the killer.

Sioux City Sue (1946)

Sioux City Sue is a 1946 American Western film directed by Frank McDonald and written by Olive Cooper. Starring Gene Autry, Lynne Roberts, Sterling Holloway, Richard Lane, Ralph Sanford and Ken Lundy, it was released on November 21, 1946, by Republic Pictures. Using a story line from the 1939 comedy She Married a Cop and a 1946 Hit Parade song for the title, the film marks Autry's return to the screen following his service in the United States Army Air Forces during World War II.

Rusty Leads the Way (1948)

Rusty Leads the Way is a 1948 American drama film directed by Will Jason and starring Ted Donaldson, Sharyn Moffett and John Litel. It is part of the Rusty film series.

Rusty's Birthday (1949)

Rusty's Birthday is a black-and-white American juvenile drama, released by Columbia Pictures in November 1949. Structured as an hour-long second feature, it is the final entry in the eight-film low-budget series which centers on the bond between the German Shepherd dog Rusty and the boy Danny Mitchell, portrayed by Ted Donaldson. Rusty's Birthday was directed by Seymour Friedman, and also stars John Litel (who played Danny's father in five of the eight films) and Ann Doran (who played Danny's mother in six films) as his parents, Hugh and Ethel Mitchell.

The Power of the Whistler (1945)

The Power of the Whistler is a 1945 mystery film noir based on the radio drama The Whistler. Directed by Lew Landers, the production features Richard Dix, Janis Carter and Jeff Donnell. It is the third of Columbia Pictures' eight "Whistler" films produced in the 1940s, seven starring Dix.

The Switch (1993)

A paralyzed man (Gary Cole) sues the state of Georgia for the right to control his own life-support system.

Badmen of Tombstone (1949)

Bad Men of Tombstone is a 1949 Western film from King Brothers Productions. It was co-written by Philip Yordan and stars Barry Sullivan and Broderick Crawford. King Brothers announced plans for a sequel, The Marshall of Tombstone but it was never made.

The Watchmaker's Apprentice (2015)

Dr. George Daniels rises from poverty to become the finest watchmaker of the modern era, and Roger Smith spends seven years as his apprentice.

Attack of La Niña (2011)

MSP Films chronicles the deepest North American winter in recent history. “Attack of La Niña” showcases the talents of today’s best skiers in a journey through the snowiest winter of their lives.

Shopworn (1932)

Shopworn is a 1932 American pre-Code romantic drama film directed by Nick Grinde and starring Barbara Stanwyck and Regis Toomey. Written by Jo Swerling and Robert Riskin, based on a story by Sarah Y. Mason, the film is about a poor hardworking waitress who meets and falls in love with a wealthy college student. His mother objects to the union and frames the waitress for a crime she did not commit. After serving her time, the waitress enters show business and becomes a star.

One Step Behind (2015)

A dangerous man finds himself in the care of a strange woman. Rediscovering his dark past, he's faced with returning to his former life or staying with a newfound love.

Miracle Landing (1990)

Miracle Landing is a 1990 American made-for-television drama film based on an in-flight accident aboard Aloha Airlines Flight 243 that occurred in April 1988. The Boeing 737-200 was flying from Hilo, Hawaii to Honolulu, Hawaii, when it experienced rapid decompression when a section of the fuselage was torn away. With one flight attendant blown from the cabin to her death and 65 others injured, the aircraft was able to make a successful emergency landing at Kahului Airport, on Maui.

The 100 Years Show (2015)

The 100 Years Show is a 2015 short documentary film that follows the Cuban-American abstract, minimalist painter Carmen Herrera as she celebrates her 100th birthday. The film is directed by Alison Klayman, who also directed Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry.

Fall (2014)

Father Sam Ryan, (Michael Murphy), an aging Roman Catholic Priest living contentedly at a Niagara Falls parish, receives a letter forcing his complacent life into a downward spiral. The letter, from "Christopher," confronts him about an incident that happened 40 years ago. Father Sam was a young, charismatic priest, serving a remote, Northern Ontario parish. Christopher was a 14-year-old adolescent, whom Sam mentored. The letter asks Father Sam for the truth: what did take place all those years ago? Were lines blurred or crossed? What choices were made?

Good Night Good Morning (2010)

Good Night, Good Morning is an Indian independent romance film co-written, directed and produced by Sudhish Kamath. The film starring Seema Rahmani, Manu Narayan and Vasanth Santosham, illustrates the "old-world romance that still exists in the modern, technology driven world". Following screenings at several international film festivals, the film saw a theatrical release in India on 20 January 2012.

Sins Of Jezebel (1953)

Sins of Jezebel is a 1953 American historical drama film produced by Sigmund Neufeld and directed by Reginald Le Borg. It stars Paulette Goddard as Jezebel, the biblical queen of the northern kingdom of Israel during the 9th century BC. The film was shot in Ansco Color for widescreen projection.

Return of Shanghai Joe (1975)

Return of Shanghai Joe (Italian: Il ritorno di Shanghai Joe) is a 1975 Italian Western film directed by Bitto Albertini and starring Klaus Kinski.

Recon 2022: The Mezzo Incident (2007)

Space marines encounter hostile aliens while on a mission to destroy an underground facility on an ice planet.

Tomboy (1940)

A tomboy tries to defend a young farm lad against the cruelty of his hardbitten uncle.

Chasing Fifty (2015)

The lives of skiers participating in a competition intertwine.

Dukhtar (2014)

Dukhtar is a 2014 Pakistani drama-thriller film directed by Afia Nathaniel. The film stars Samiya Mumtaz, Mohib Mirza, Saleha Aref, Asif Khan, Ajab Gul and Samina Ahmad. The film is Afia Nathaniel's feature directorial debut; she also wrote and produced the film. It is the story of a mother and her ten-year-old daughter, who leave their home to save the girl from an arranged marriage to a tribal leader.

The Enchanted Forest (1945)

The Enchanted Forest is a 1945 family film starring Edmund Lowe and Brenda Joyce, also featuring Harry Davenport as a hermit who finds and raises a young boy in a forest. The film and story served as the inspiration for a 1998 music composition/recording, "Enchanted Forest" by Loren Connors and Suzanne Langille. It was filmed in Cinecolor and released by Producers Releasing Corporation.

Operation Delta Force 2: Mayday (1997)

Demanding ballistic missiles and money, a hijacker takes over a cruise ship with a commando's (Michael McGrady) family aboard.

Honeymoon Lodge (1943)

Honeymoon Lodge, also known as Second Honeymoon, is a 1943 American musical comedy film directed by Edward C. Lilley for Universal Pictures and starring David Bruce, Harriet Hilliard, June Vincent, and Rod Cameron.

From Hell It Came (1957)

From Hell It Came is a 1957 American horror film and science fiction film directed by Dan Milner and written by Jack Milner. It was released by Allied Artists on a double bill with The Disembodied.[4]

Ghost Chasers (1951)

Ghost Chasers is a 1951 comedy film starring The Bowery Boys. The film was released on April 29, 1951 by Monogram Pictures and is the twenty-second film in the series.

Espérame en el cielo (1988)

Wait for Me in Heaven (Spanish: Espérame en el cielo) is a 1988 Spanish comedy film directed by Antonio Mercero.

City Without Men (1943)

City Without Men is a 1943 American drama film starring Linda Darnell, Edgar Buchanan, Michael Duane, Sara Allgood and Glenda Farrell. The film was directed by Sidney Salkow and is based on an original story written by Albert Bein and Aben Kandel. It was released by Columbia Pictures on January 14, 1943. A group of women lives in a boarding house near a prison where the residents are the wives of the prison inmates.

Bear Shooters (1930)

Bear Shooters is a 1930 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. It was the 98th (tenth talking) Our Gang short that was released.

Rock Hudson (1990)

Rock Hudson is a 1990 American made-for-television crime drama film directed by John Nicolella. The story is based on My Husband, Rock Hudson, a 1987 novel by Phyllis Gates, Rock Hudson's wife (1955–1958). It is the story of their marriage, written after Hudson's 1985 death from AIDS. In the book Gates wrote that she was in love with Hudson and that she did not know Hudson was gay when they married, and was not complicit in his deception. The movie is also based on magazine articles, interviews and court records. Including transcripts of the Los Angeles Superior Court trial after which Marc Christian won a large settlement from the actor's estate because Hudson had hidden from him the fact that he was suffering from AIDS. Later, Marc Miller accused the movie of malicious lies. In April 1989, the court award to Christian was reduced to $5.5 million.

Cockfighter (1974)

Cockfighter (also known as Born to Kill) is a 1974 film by director Monte Hellman, starring Warren Oates, Harry Dean Stanton and featuring Laurie Bird and Ed Begley, Jr. The screenplay is based on the novel of the same name by Charles Willeford.

Warriors Of The Apocalypse (2009)

Warriors of the Apocalypse is a 2009 science fiction / action genre film, directed by Len Cabasinski. It is unrelated to the 1986 film of the same name.

Torso: The Evelyn Dick Story (2001)

The discovery of a human torso leads to one of the most lurid murder trials in Canadian history. Based on a true story.

Riding the Sunset Trail (1941)

The leader of an outlaw gang tries to use a fake will to seize control of his half-brother's ranch; Tom Sterling sets out to prevent him from doing so.

Bald Mountain (2013)

Serra Pelada is a 2013 Brazilian drama film co-written and directed by Heitor Dhalia, starring Juliano Cazarré, Júlio Andrade, Sophie Charlotte, Wagner Moura and Matheus Nachtergaele. The film follows the story of two men in Serra Pelada, one of the largest mines in the world.

The Pace That Kills (1935)

The Pace That Kills (also known as Cocaine Madness and The Cocaine Fiends) is a 1935 American exploitation film directed by William O'Connor. The film, starring Lois January, told the story of a woman called Jane Bradford, who gets involved with a drug dealer and becomes addicted to cocaine. Similar to other movies of the genre, the final film was a reissued work with additional scenes, mostly using footage from the earlier silent The Pace That Kills (1928).

Girlhood (2014)

A girl with few real prospects joins a gang, reinventing herself and gaining a sense of self confidence in the process. However, she soon finds that this new life does not necessarily make her any happier.

Target Zero (1955)

Target Zero is a 1955 American drama film directed by Harmon Jones and written by James Warner Bellah and Sam Rolfe. The film stars Richard Conte, Peggie Castle, Charles Bronson, Richard Wyler, L. Q. Jones and Chuck Connors. The film was released by Warner Bros. on November 15, 1955.

11:59 (2005)

Mysterious events surround a cameraman (Raymond Andrew Bailey) after he awakes in a field with no memory of the past 24 hours.

The Good Life (2014)

Teenage brothers living a rustic life learn they were kidnapped by their father after a bitter custody battle, and have to decide to stay on the lam with their dad or return to a more normal way of life.

La feria de las flores (1943)

A young man confronts the man who stole his property; the thief goes after him to kill him.

Santiago (1956)

Santiago, also known as The Gun Runner, is a 1956 film starring and co-produced by Alan Ladd set in 1898 Cuba against the background of the Cuban War of Independence. Martin Rackin wrote the screenplay, based on his unpublished novel, as well as producing the film.

Alien From The Deep (1989)

A deadly monster emerges from a volcano that has served as a chemical company's dumping ground.

Sharkman (2001)

Sharkman is a superhero in his world.

Alarmed (2015)

A tormented woman (Jennifer Stuckert) sees ghastly visions aboard a yacht.

The Vagabond Lover (1929)

The Vagabond Lover is a 1929 American black-and-white, comedy-drama musical film about a small-town boy who finds fame and romance when he joins a dance band. The film was directed by Marshall Neilan, and is based on the novel of the same name, written by James Ashmore Creelman, who also wrote the screenplay. It was Rudy Vallee's first feature film, and also starred Sally Blane, Marie Dressler, and Charles Sellon. The film premièred in New York City on November 26, 1929, and was released wide on December 1. A DVD version was released on March 29, 2005. The Vagabond Lover is an early example of a vehicle created for a popular music star, in a style echoed by later films such as Jailhouse Rock with Elvis Presley and A Hard Day's Night with The Beatles.

You'll Like My Mother (1972)

You'll Like My Mother is a 1972 American horror-thriller film based on the Naomi A. Hintze novel and directed by Lamont Johnson. It stars Patty Duke, Rosemary Murphy and Richard Thomas, and was filmed in Duluth, Minnesota at the Glensheen Historic Estate. In 1977 the Glensheen Mansion became the site of the infamous murders of mansion owner and prominent heiress Elisabeth Congdon and her nurse.

Wiped-Out Footprints (1999)

A poet (Federico Luppi) returns to his hometown in Spain where a reservoir will cause flooding in a matter of days.

Nowhere in Moravia (2014)

Maruna, the pub owner in a small town, sleeps with the mayor and a roofer while looking for love.

Captain Pirate (1952)

Captain Pirate is a 1952 American action/adventure film directed by Ralph Murphy, starring Louis Hayward and Patricia Medina, and produced by Harry Joe Brown. The swashbuckler was based on the Rafael Sabatini novel Captain Blood Returns.

Six of a Kind (1934)

Six of a Kind is an American 1934 Pre-Code comedy film directed by Leo McCarey. It is a whimsical and often absurd Road movie about two couples who decide to share their expenses on a trip to Hollywood.

Mob Boss (1990)

Mob Boss is a 1990 direct-to-video Mafia-themed comedy film directed by Fred Olen Ray and starring Eddie Deezen, Morgan Fairchild and William Hickey. The film features character actor Deezen in one of his few leading roles, as well as guest appearances from many veteran character actors known for their "tough guy" and gangster roles, including Mike Mazurki in his final screen appearance.

The Russell Girl (2008)

The Russell Girl is a 2008 television movie directed by Jeff Bleckner. It premiered on the Hallmark Channel on January 27, 2008 and stars Amber Tamblyn as a young medical student who must come to terms with her past.

Tartuffe (1925)

F. W. Murnau made this film adaptation of Molière’s satire for UFA early in 1925 and it was released the following year, shortly followed by Faust. By presenting the play as a film-within-a-film, Murnau takes the opportunity to place the material in a contemporary setting, sandwiched inside a morality lesson about greed and hypocrisy.A devious housekeeper convinces her master to cut his worthy grandson out of his will and to leave the riches to her instead. The grandson, disguised as the projectionist of a travelling cinema show, flatters his way into the home to project a film of Tartuffe in an attempt to open his grandfather’s eyes. Emil Jannings plays Tartuffe with creepy panache in a tour-de-force turn alongside Lil Dagover and Werner Krauss.Unjustly neglected for decades, perhaps because of its low-key nature compared with Murnau’s more grand masterpieces, this delightful curiosity is more than a mere trifle. Tartuffe affirms Murnau as a master of multifarious cinematic disciplines: from the set-based dreams of Faust and Sunrise, to the naturalist landscapes of Nosferatu, City Girl, and Tabu. In Tartuffe we find an intimate Murnau, relying on close-ups and the performances of his actors to create magic.Tartuffe was first released in the UK in 1928. This DVD contains the only surviving version of the film, German intertitles, optional English subtitles, and is presented at the correct speed. Restored in 2002 by the Bundesarchiv-Filmarchiv, Berlin/Koblenz and the Friedrich-Wilhelm-Murnau-Stiftung of Wiesbaden, Germany.

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1987)

Margot Kidder narrates this adaptation of L. Frank Baum's novel about a Kansas girl's adventures in Oz.

Santa Quest (2014)

Santa Quest is a 2014 documentary film that follows Canadian actor John Dunsworth as he rekindles his faith in Santa Claus and represents Canada at the Santa Winter Games in Sweden in an attempt to become the world's best Santa Claus. The film was produced by Tell Tale Productions Inc had its world premiere at the Atlantic Film Festival in September 2014.

Live A Little, Love A Little (1968)

Elvis Presley stars as a photographer working two very different jobs and trying to juggle his responsibilities while being pursued by a beautiful, idiosyncratic woman. When the salary from Greg's (Presley) job as a photographer for a conservative magazine is not enough to pay his rent, he moonlights by shooting pin-up photos for a men's magazine. Now, while hoping that his straitlaced boss does not learn about his outside work, the singing, dancing, sexy Greg is pursued by a fashion model who may—or may not—be married. Based on Dan Greenbert's novel Kiss My Firm But Pliant Lips.

My Father My Lord (2007)

"An astonishing debut feature."(Variety). The son of a respected elder in a cloistered hasidic enclave unwittingly runs afoul of his father's strict religious doctrine when childhood life prompts questions outside the confines of tradition. A family holiday at the seashore brings the ideological rift to a dramatically tragic climax.

Johnny 316 (2012)

A love story about a preacher and a woman.

Young Dillinger (1965)

Young Dillinger is a 1965 gangster film. It stars Nick Adams as the notorious criminal John Dillinger, and co-stars Robert Conrad, John Ashley and Mary Ann Mobley.

I Recorded a Murder! (2016)

A filmmaker accidentally records a murder when trying to finish his short film. He and the only other witness will have to watch their backs at every turn.

Mourning Grave (2014)

A teenager who can see ghosts returns to his hometown to confront his demons.

Joe Butterfly (1957)

Joe Butterfly (1957) is an American comedy film directed by Jesse Hibbs for Universal-International and starring Audie Murphy, George Nader and Keenan Wynn, with Burgess Meredith in the title role as a Japanese man. The movie was action star Murphy's only outright comedy, and it suffered by comparison to the similar Teahouse of the August Moon, released seven months earlier.

Revenge Is My Destiny (1971)

A Vietnam veteran returns to Miami to find some kind of involvment between his wife and a nightclub owner.

Austin to Boston (2015)

Four bands travel in five old Volkswagens on a tour.

Saigon Commandos (1988)

A military policeman (Richard Young) and a wire-service newswoman (P.J. Soles) hunt a hollow-point killer in 1970 Saigon.

Marriage of Lies (2016)

When a man vanishes without a trace, his wife becomes the number one suspect. Trying to prove her innocence, she digs for the truth and unearths dark secrets about the man she thought she knew.

The Tenth Man (1988)

Anthony Hopkins stars in this compelling WWII drama about a wealthy lawyer in a small French village who is taken hostage by the Nazis and sentenced to death.

Skull and Crown (1936)

Skull and Crown is a 1935 American film directed by Elmer Clifton. It was the final film of cast member Molly O'Day.

Kano (2014)

Kano is a 2014 Taiwanese baseball film directed by Umin Boya. The film was produced by Jimmy Huang and Wei Te-sheng. The film depicts the multiracial Kano baseball team from Japanese-era Taiwan overcoming extreme odds to represent the island in the 1931 Japanese High School Baseball Championship at Koshien Stadium. Performing beyond all expectations, the underdog team advanced to the championship game in the tournament.