The Time of His Life (1955)

The new president (Ellen Pollock) of a British rehabilitation society has a father (Richard Hearne) just out of jail.

Woyzeck (1994)

Woyzeck (Lajos Kovcs) is a miserable railway flagman living in Budapest. In order to support his common-law wife Mari (Diana Vacaru), Woyzeck is obliged to become the subject of a series of strange experiments by a local doctor (Peter Haumann). While the experiments begin to shake Woyzeck's already tenuous grasp on reality, his world truly begins to fall apart when Mari embarks upon an affair with a local police officer (Aleksandr Porokhovshchikov).

Bush Christmas (1947)

In the Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Australia, the Thompson family boast of their mare, Lucy, to strangers led by Long Bill (Chips Rafferty), not realizing that the men are thieves. When Lucy and her foal are stolen, the children, sworn to silence by a bribe from Long Bill, set off in pursuit with Neza, a skillful young Aborigine, and visiting British friend Michael. They tell their perplexed parents that they are off for a Christmas camping trip in the wilds of the bush.

Rangers (2000)

Terrorists brainwash a captured CIA agent (Glenn Plummer) who returns to America and murders his team members.

The Tuttles of Tahiti (1942)

A lazy man (Charles Laughton), his son (Jon Hall) and the rest of their clan live for fun and games on a tropical isle.

Lost Patrol (1934)

A British patrol is crossing the deserts of Mesopotamia during World War I when the commanding officer is suddenly struck down by an unseen sniper. Their sergeant (Victor McLaglen) suddenly finds himself in charge of the surviving members of his regiment, with no idea where they are or what their mission is. Barricaded at a desert oasis and surrounded by enemy snipers, with no way of summoning reinforcements, the sergeant is forced to call for volunteers for a suicide mission.

Sam Kinison: Why Did We Laugh? (1998)

Sam Kinison's wild life and tragic end are examined by such stars as Rodney Dangerfield and Richard Pryor.

Clearing the Range (1931)

A cowboy (Hoot Gibson) rides by night to catch the man who killed his brother.

The Man from the Diners' Club (1963)

Meek credit card company clerk Ernest Klenk (Danny Kaye) is feeling the pressure of demanding coworkers, new computers and an upcoming wedding. This stress leads to a big mistake -- the accidental approval of a credit card for mobster Foots Pulardos (Telly Savalas), who is planning to flee to Mexico with his girlfriend, Sugar Pye (Cara Williams), in order to avoid criminal charges. When Klenk tries to fix his mix-up, he gets dangerously involved in Foots' scheme.

Satan, Hold My Hand (2013)

Two Roman Catholic students, Lizzie and Scooter, sneak out of school to tour New York City. Aspiring Satanists kidnap the young ladies and plan to sacrifice them -- until a shockingly mellow Satan tells them not to.

Shiokari Pass (1977)

A circa-1900 Japanese man acts upon a divine revelation on a runaway train in the mountains.

A Gentleman After Dark (1942)

A suave jewel thief (Brian Donlevy) escapes from prison to save his daughter from his no-good wife (Miriam Hopkins).

The Little Match Girl (1928)

On New Year's Eve, a beautiful but penniless young woman (Catherine Hessling) trudges through the snowy streets of Paris attempting to sell matches to the wealthy passers-by. After staring longingly into the windows of restaurants at the safe and warm patrons within, the match girl attempts to escape the snow and cold by huddling into a corner near a toy shop. As the girl tries to warm herself with her matches, the shop's window display comes alive and beckons her into a fantasy world.

Hart to Hart: Harts in High Season (1996)

Married sleuths (Robert Wagner, Stefanie Powers) are caught in a web of seduction, intrigue and murder in Australia.

Invasion of Astro-Monster (1965)

Fire-breathing flying turtle Gamera meets cold-tongued rainbow-death-ray-beaming Barugon.

I.B.S. (2013)

Larry cannot get over his irritable bowel syndrome, but then he realizes that murder cures what ails him.

Greenery Will Bloom Again (2014)

A company of soldiers faces the difficult realities of war during a night on the Italian front lines.

The Ghastly Ones (1968)

Three sisters must spend three nights on an eerie island to inherit their father's fortune. A deformed man leads them to the estate where horrors await.

The Tugendhat House (2013)

The history of the Ludwig Mies van der Rohe-designed house.

Charlie Chan in Reno (1939)

The Chinese detective (Sidney Toler) solves the slayings of divorce-seekers at a Nevada hotel.

Victory (1940)

Hendrik Heyst (Fredric March) is an isolationist, a man who lives on an island in the Dutch West Indies and wishes to remain completely alone. His worldview is challenged when he meets Alma (Betty Field) and falls in love, although he tries to stay true to his philosophy by sending her away. Before that happens, though, a trio of bandits led by Mr. Jones (Cedric Hardwicke) arrives and threatens him, forcing Heyst to take action in order to save himself and his new love.

Rabba Main Kya Karoon (2013)

Sahil is about to get married and his elder brother's three mamas tell him the secret to a happy life is to cheat on your wife.

The Gnomist (2015)

Four women discover that believing in magic is the medicine they need to overcome their personal struggles and tragedies after they find fairy homes in the forest.

Jeremy Brooks (2015)

Jeremy is held back from his dream of being a news anchor by his friends and his lack of focus until he realigns his life by finding faith in God and himself.

The Tiger Blade (2005)

A young lawman (Atsadawut Luengsuntorn) must find a magical sword to defeat the leader of a fearsome gang.

The Mysterians (1957)

Japanese (Kenji Sahara, Yumi Shirakawa, Momoko Kochi) face a new threat: flying-saucer aliens with a death-ray robot big bird.

Heir To An Execution (2004)

When Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were put to death in 1953 for selling atomic secrets to the USSR, their two children were orphaned after every family member refused to take them in. Documentarian Ivy Meeropol, raised to believe in her grandparents' innocence, begins investigating what actually happened, interviewing family members and friends. With declassified papers indicating Julius was participating in espionage in some capacity, Ivy tries to understand the beliefs that drove the couple.

You, the Living (2007)

In the Swedish city of Lethe, people from different walks of life take part in a series of short, deadpan vignettes that rush past. Some are just seconds long, none longer than a couple of minutes. A young woman (Jessica Lundberg) remembers a fantasy honeymoon with a rock guitarist. A man awakes from a dream about bomber planes. A businessman boasts about success while being robbed by a pickpocket and so on. The absurdist collection is accompanied by Dixieland jazz and similar music.

Dig That Uranium (1955)

Slip, Sach and the rest of the gang (Bowery Boys) work a mine out West and run into bad guys.

The Princess Academy (1987)

Cindy (Lar Park Lincoln), a poor orphan, feels out of place at a Swiss finishing school that trains young women to marry men with the largest bank accounts.

Stagecoach To Fury (1956)

Mexican bandits hold a stage at a station while waiting for a gold shipment.

The Roaming Cowboy (1937)

A drifter and his sidekick become involved in a gun battle between homesteaders and a gang of outlaws.

A Lady of Chance (1928)

A con man (Lowell Sherman) and his cronies track down a former partner (Norma Shearer) and order her to swindle her lover.

Dr. Kildare Goes Home (1940)

Concerned about his father's failing health, Dr. James Kildare (Lew Ayres) and his mentor, Dr. Leonard Gillespie (Lionel Barrymore), travel to the Kildares' country home. After speaking with his father, Kildare decides to start a low-cost health clinic and recruits a couple of unemployed local doctors to help him. But realizing his dream becomes an uphill battle for Kildare after the miserly George Winslow (Gene Lockhart) convinces local high-society types to oppose him.

Hypocrites (1915)

In a silent film from Lois Weber, a minister (Herbert Standing) addresses his congregation, urging them to abandon hypocrisy. The crowd reacts negatively and demands the minister's resignation. The story shifts to medieval times, focusing on a monk (Courtenay Foote) creating a sculpture. When the sculpture is revealed to be a nude woman, the monk is killed by an angry mob. These and other narratives come together in a treatise on morality and society.

Promised Land (1987)

An Idaho high-school athlete (Jason Gedrick) and cheerleader reunite years later with their friend (Kiefer Sutherland) and his reckless wife (Meg Ryan).

Eko Eko Azarak: The First Episode of Misa Kuroi (2011)

When a crisis occurs at Misonogaoka High School, students fall prey to black magic.

Trial and Error (2014)

Skiers hit back country slopes around the globe.

I Escaped from Devil's Island (1973)

A convicted murderer leads a band of men through shark-infested waters in an attempt to escape the fortress prison.

Sword Fishing (1939)

A group of men heads down the Pacific Coast to reel in a marlin, using special bows and arrows.

Fighting Trouble (1956)

An overambitious shutterbug almost gets his lights put out permanently when he decides to snap a picture of a mob boss.

Deaden (2006)

An undercover policeman (John Fallon) seeks revenge against a gang of thugs who viciously murdered his pregnant wife.

The Gate of Heaven (1945)

A trainload of pilgrims travels to a sacred site to find a miracle cure.

Charge of the Lancers (1954)

As the Crimean War rages, British Capt. Eric Evoir (Jean-Pierre Aumont) and Maj. Bruce Lindsey (Richard Stapley) are sent to the Crimea to protect a top-secret cannon capable of blasting through the walls of a nearby Russian fort. Lindsey, unfortunately, is captured by the Russians, who subject him to brutal interrogations. It's up to Evoir to save him. Along the way, Evoir meets a beautiful gypsy girl (Paulette Goddard) and begins an affair as intense as the war itself.

Street Corner (1954)

London policewomen (Anne Crawford, Rosamund John) handle rescues and larceny as they go about their work in Chelsea.

Jane Goodall's Wild Chimpanzees (2002)

Dr. Jane Goodall explores the daily lives of chimpanzees in Africa's Gombe Park.

Marilyn (1963)

Rock Hudson narrates clips from Marilyn Monroe movies including "Bus Stop" and "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes."

Anoop and the Elephant (1973)

A young boy attempts to save a baby elephant from being taken away by a well-to-do circus owner.

Fire Over Africa (1954)

An undercover woman (Maureen O'Hara) fights Tangier smugglers with an undercover man (Macdonald Carey) who does not know who she is.

The Wind of Al Amal (2013)

Iraqi exiles and refugees discuss their struggles to integrate into American society.

Day the World Ended (1955)

In a world devastated by a wide-scale nuclear war, all that remains are teetering ruins and a handful of scrappy survivors. The group includes a weathered rancher (Paul Birch), his lovely daughter (Lori Nelson), a tough gangster (Touch Connors), his mouthy woman (Adele Jergens) and a shaken geologist (Richard Denning). This motley crew faces internal and external conflicts as they traverse the treacherous land. Along the way, they are forced to confront a mutated human monster (Paul Blaisdell).

Thegidi (2014)

A young man with finely honed observational skills takes a job as a private detective, only to find that he's gotten in over his head.

Challenge of the Gladiator (1965)

One of Nero's senators helps Rome to ruin with his lust for gold.

Night Terrors (2013)

A devious older sister tells her brother bizarre tales of terror when she has to miss a party to baby sit him.

Desert Legion (1953)

A French Foreign Legionnaire (Alan Ladd) goes AWOL to help a princess (Arlene Dahl) and her father defend their mountain utopia.

Prick Thy Neighbour (2015)

Fiona, Mike and Millie live next-door to each other. Mike fancies Fiona, but she does not like Mike.

Thomas Keating: A Rising Tide of Silence (2013)

The life of Father Thomas Keating, one the world's most influential spiritual leaders.

Dark Side of the Chew (2014)

The impact of chewing gum on culture, health and economic stability.

The Secret Trial 5 (2014)

Filmmaker Amar Wala talks to five men who have been imprisoned without trials in Canada.

White Wolves 2: Legend Of The Wild (1995)

Troubled teens in a wilderness program learn of a mysterious white wolf that helps campers in distress.

Transgender Parents (2014)

Parents build and continue parent-child relationships in the presence of a gender transition.

Dancing Lady (1933)

Janie (Joan Crawford) lives to dance, but to make ends meet she works in a seedy nightclub. When a rich man, Tod (Franchot Tone), spots Janie one night, he is smitten. After the club is raided by the cops, and Janie is arrested, Tod bails her out and helps her land a role in a Broadway musical being directed by Patch Gallagher (Clark Gable). As Janie falls for Patch and emerges as the star of the show, both the production and her new relationship are threatened by Tod's jealousy.

Ninety Degrees In The Shade (1965)

Conscientious grocery store clerk Alena (Anne Heywood) begins an affair with her scapegrace boss, Vorell (James Booth), that is based largely on the intensity of their shared physical attraction. Problems arise, however when an auditor, Mr. Kurka (Rudolf Hrusínský), visits the store and discovers that someone has been stealing from the inventory. Alena knows it's Vorell, but struggles to keep it a secret as Kurka puts an increasing amount of pressure on her, making her life miserable.

Illusive Tracks (2003)

On a train heading from Stockholm to Berlin just after World War II, passengers deal with murder, adultery, religion and Santa Claus.

Dawn (1928)

Nurse Edith Cavell (Sybil Thorndike) helps prisoners of war escape from the Germans during World War I.

The Naked Zoo (1970)

Adultery, LSD and murder catch up to a millionaire's (Ford Rainey) wife (Rita Hayworth) and a writer (Stephen Oliver) in Miami's Coconut Grove.

Working Girls (1931)

Two friends travel to the city to get jobs and find husbands.

Rate it X (1986)

A revealing and scathing portrait of the various forms of male sexism existing in contemporary American society.

You Got Served: Beat The World (2011)

Three dance crews prepare for the International Beat the World competition in Detroit.

Goodnight Sweetheart (1944)

A journalist attacks the campaign of a mayoral candidate who has gained the endorsement of a rival newspaper.

My Sister's Kids Home Alone (2012)

While in their uncle's care, children crash their father's car and must turn their house into a hotel to raise enough money to fix it.

Religious Racketeers (1938)

Women fall for a fakir (Robert Fiske) running a global crystal-ball racket.

The Square Peg (1958)

A World War II street laborer (Norman Wisdom) uses his resemblance to a Nazi officer when he is drafted into the British army and captured by German troops.

Strippers (2000)

An out-of-work executive seeks comfort from his best friend (Jorge Ameer) after con men deplete his bank account.

Monday Morning (2012)

Thomas (Victor Browne) meets a woman who sees his true nature and, through a series of setbacks, he ends up among the homeless of Los Angeles.

Muammar El Qaddafi - King of Kings (2011)

The filmmaker follows the dictator's rise to power from a life as a nomad to one of the richest men in the world.

Cats in a Bag (1936)

Puddy the Pup finds a bag full of abandoned kittens on Christmas.

Lucky (2010)

Every day, millions of people purchase lottery tickets hoping to hit the jackpot. In this documentary, Jeffrey Blitz tracks down five people whose tickets won them more money than they ever dreamed of, and examines how their windfalls changed their lives, for better or worse. A Vietnamese couple in a small Nebraska town who won $22 million describe their struggle to stay grounded, while another husband and wife who won $110 million see their relationships with friends and family implode.

Wild, Wild Winter (1966)

Fraternity brothers send a California beach bum (Gary Clarke) to snow sorority sisters at a ski slope.

She Couldn't Say No (1954)

Corby Lane (Jean Simmons) is an heiress with a heart as big as her bank account. In her youth, the small town of Progress, Ark., banded together to fund a crucial medical operation for Corby. As an adult, she now wants to thank them by awarding the residents an enormous anonymous check. Local doctor Robert Sellers (Robert Mitchum) tries to convince Corby that flooding the town with cash isn't the best method of gratitude. But, as they argue, he learns even he cannot withstand her charms.

Chips off the Old Block (1942)

When four kittens are mysteriously dropped on his doorstep, a tomcat suspects he is the father and works to keep his mischievous children out of trouble.

The Chump Champ (1950)

Droopy takes part in an athletic competition where his main competitor, Spike, cheats in every event.

Chain of Circumstance (1951)

A childless couple (Richard Grayson, Margaret Field) adopt a baby girl, but a crime committed by the husband's secretary could cause them to lose custody of the infant.

Dune Warriors (1990)

The army of a warlord meets the wrath of a farmer (David Carradine) on the wasteland of Earth in the year 2040.

Challenge (1974)

An aspiring politician (Earl Owensby) turns executioner when his stand against corruption leads to the murder of his wife and daughter.

Challenge to White Fang (1974)

Journalist Jason Scott (Franco Nero) and a wolf-dog must prevent a villain in a northern Canadian town from stealing the gold mine that a dying prospector left to his grandson.

Red Flag: The Ultimate Game (1981)

Air Force jet pilots (Barry Bostwick, William Devane) carry their rivalry into precision war games over the Nevada desert.

Christina (1929)

The owner of a traveling carnival schemes to break apart the budding romance between the employee she loves and the young Dutch woman he just met.

The Green-Eyed Blonde (1957)

A tempestuous teenager winds up involved with two homicide charges before fate waves its tragic wand for her.

Circus Stars (1958)

Crowd-pleasing performances from renowned clown Oleg Popov, tiger trainer Margarita Nazarova, dancing bears and others highlight this profile of a Russian circus.

Anari (1975)

Poverty and unemployment create a rift between lovers, Raja and Poonam. He is left to fend for his family while Poonam is torn between Raja and a well-off Vikram.

Overland Telegraph (1951)

A range rider (Tim Holt) and his Irish-Mexican sidekick (Richard Martin) guard a woman's (Gail Davis) telegraph line.

Charlotte Corday (1908)

The context and impact of the assassination of Jean-Paul Marat by the young French aristocrat, Charlotte Corday D'Armont.

The Christmas Gift (1986)

An architect (John Denver) and his daughter (Gennie James) visit a Colorado town where everyone believes in Santa Claus.

Twist (1992)

Filmmaker Ron Mann chronicles the '50s and '60s dance craze and its stars, like singer Chubby Checker.

Teaserama (1955)

Rivalry infiltrates a burlesque show featuring strippers (Tempest Storm, Bettie Page, Trudy Wayne) and comedians.

Desert Kickboxer (1992)

An Indian lawman (John Haymes Newton) retreats to the desert and fights border drug dealers with his martial arts.

Fotos (1996)

Azucena and Narciso fall in love, but their dark pasts threaten to end their budding romance.

Sweepstake Annie (1935)

A sweepstakes winner (Marian Nixon) becomes the target of a swindler (Ivan Lebedeff).

The Gay Vagabond (1941)

A meek little man finds that people are confusing him with his sophisticated, world-traveling twin brother.