Blind Chance (1981)

Blind Chance (Polish: Przypadek) is a Polish film written and directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski and starring Bogusław Linda. The film presents three separate storylines, told in succession, about a man running after a train and how such an ordinary incident could influence the rest of the man's life. Originally filmed in 1981, Blind Chance was suppressed by the Polish authorities for several years until its delayed release in Poland on 10 January 1987.

Blondie in the Dough (1947)

Blondie in the Dough is a 1947 black and white comedy film and the twenty-first of the 28 Blondie films.

South of Santa Fe (1932)

A cowboy (Bob Steele) runs into trouble on the Mexican border.

The Perfect Husband (2004)

A family begins to suspect that their pregnant daughter may have been the victim of murder at the hands of her husband when she vanishes on Christmas Eve.

Un eroe borghese (1995)

Un eroe borghese (also known as Ordinary Hero and An Ordinary Hero) is a 1995 Italian historical drama film directed by Michele Placido. It is a dramatization of the downfall of the Michele Sindona's financial empire and of the subsequent Giorgio Ambrosoli's murder in 1979. The film won the David di Donatello for Best Producer and a special David di Donatello given to Placido for the "recognized narrative, artistic and civil value of his work".

Little Red Riding Hood (2015)

A young girl who is being chased by a wolf takes refuge in a castle and soon discovers that there are worse horrors in store for her.

The Student Body (2016)

A high-school student takes a stand against state-mandated body mass index tests and finds herself thrust into the middle of a heated national controversy.

Altered States of Plaine (2012)

While on the run from a government agency, a man (George Gallagher), mysteriously, awakes in random places whenever he falls asleep.

The End of a Mystery (2003)

The End of a Mystery (Spanish: La luz prodigiosa) is a 2003 Spanish drama film directed by Miguel Hermoso. It won the Golden St. George at the 25th Moscow International Film Festival.

Mary of Nazareth (1995)

An angel announces that a young woman will bear the Son of God in this account of the lives of Mary, Jesus and Joseph.

Pirates of Monterey (1947)

Pirates of Monterey is a 1947 American Technicolor Western film directed by Alfred L. Werker starring Maria Montez and Rod Cameron. It was the last movie she made for Universal.

Kissed (1996)

Teenager Sandra (Molly Parker) is obsessed with death, so much so that after wandering into a funeral home she wishes to be a mortician. But this fascination becomes highly sexual, as Sandra develops a taste for necrophilia. Her secret passion doesn't cause any problems until she goes to college and meets medical student Matt (Peter Outerbridge), who soon falls for the unusual young lady. She comes clean about her morbid sexuality, but turning her on to the world of the living is no easy task.

Big Village Lights (2016)

A cinema owner and his friends stand up to a local politician who wants to tear down the theater to make way for a shopping mall.

Enemy Of Women (1944)

Enemy of Women is a 1944 American propaganda film directed by Alfred Zeisler. The lead role is Joseph Goebbels, played by Paul Andor.

Roman Scandals (1933)

Roman Scandals is a 1933 American black-and-white Pre-Code musical film starring Eddie Cantor, Ruth Etting, Gloria Stuart, Edward Arnold and David Manners. It was directed by Frank Tuttle. The film features a number of intricate production numbers choreographed by Busby Berkeley. The song "Keep Young and Beautiful" is from this film. In addition to the starring actors in the picture, the elaborate dance numbers are performed by the "Goldwyn Girls" (who in this film include future stars such as Lucille Ball, Paulette Goddard and Jane Wyman). The title of the film is a pun on Roman sandals.

Slate, Wyn And Me (1987)

Slate, Wyn and Me is a 1987 Australian film starring Sigrid Thornton.

Capturing Grace (2015)

The Mark Morris Dance Group works with Parkinson's patients.

Dead of Night (1977)

Dead of Night is a 1977 American made-for-television anthology horror film starring Ed Begley Jr., Anjanette Comer, Patrick Macnee, Horst Buchholz and Joan Hackett. Directed by Dan Curtis, the film consists of three stories written by Richard Matheson much like the earlier Trilogy of Terror. The film originally premiered on NBC on March 29, 1977.

Apology for Murder (1945)

Apology for Murder is a 1945 American film noir directed by Sam Newfield, and starring Ann Savage, Hugh Beaumont, Russell Hicks and Charles D. Brown. The plot of Apology for Murder is a blatant rip-off of the seminal film noir Double Indemnity which was released the previous year. The production company Producers Releasing Corporation, one of the B movie studios of Hollywood’s Poverty Row, wanted to take advantage of Double Indemnity's huge success and originally intended to call the film Single Indemnity. However, Paramount Pictures the production company of Double Indemnity, got wind of it and obtained an injunction. PRC then changed the title to Apology for Murder. Much acclaimed B movie director Edgar G. Ulmer, who was working at PRC at the time Apology for Murder was made, claimed during a conversation with Peter Bogdanovich that he wrote the original Single Indemnity script for producer Sigmund Neufeld. However, he erroneously believed that the film made from it was finally released under the title Blonde Ice, which is a totally different film produced by Film Classics.

Cross Channel (1955)

Cross Channel is a 1955 American drama film directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Rex Rienits. The film stars Wayne Morris, Yvonne Furneaux, Patrick Allen, June Ashley, Carl Jaffe and Peter Sinclair. The film was released on September 29, 1955, by Republic Pictures.

The Cry of the Owl (1987)

The Cry of the Owl (Original: Le cri du hibou) is a 1987 French-Italian thriller film, adapted from the 1962 novel The Cry of the Owl by Patricia Highsmith. The film was directed by Claude Chabrol and stars Christophe Malavoy, Mathilda May and Virginie Thévenet. Divorced illustrator Robert spies on a young woman named Juliette who he envies for her seemingly happy life. When they finally meet and Juliette leaves her fiancé Patrick for Robert, the situation quickly escalates.

First Monday In October (1981)

First Monday in October is a 1981 American comedy-drama film from Paramount Pictures, produced by Paul M. Heller and Martha Scott, directed by Ronald Neame, that is based on the play of the same name by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. The film stars Walter Matthau (for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy) and Jill Clayburgh (for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy). The cast also co-stars Jan Sterling in her final feature film role. First Monday in October was originally scheduled for a February 1982 release; President Ronald Reagan's appointment of Sandra Day O'Connor as the first female Supreme Court justice on July 7, 1981 forced the film's release a month after the presidential nomination, in August 1981.

MXP: Most Xtreme Primate (2004)

Jack the chimpanzee has given up hockey and skateboarding in favor of life with his family at the El Simian Nature Reserve. But a Mexican vacation gone awry lands Jack in Colorado, where he meets a lonely boy named Pete. After Pete teaches Jack to snowboard, they become partners in a snowboarding race, forging an unlikely team of human and ape.

Prophet (1999)

Fast on the trail of a group of anti-government radicals, CIA special agent Jarrid (Don "The Dragon" Wilson) is shaken by a series of mysterious mental flashbacks and rediscovers his involvement in a top secret government experiment. Unable to trust anyone, including his beautiful partner (Alexander Keith), and on the run from a deadly hit squad, he's now on a crash course with his own hidden past.

Firehouse (1987)

Firehouse is a 1987 film directed and co-written by J. Christian Ingvordsen. The movie is notable as the film debut of (a then-unknown) Julia Roberts in an uncredited role.

Killer Tongue (1996)

Accidentally ingesting a meteorite part causes a serpentine, man-eating tongue to grow out of a woman's (Mindy Clarke) mouth.

Listen (1996)

A San Francisco executive (Brooke Langton) overhears rendezvous plans on her cordless phone, then sees one of the lovers slain.

We Was Homeboyz (2012)

Ice (Pastor Troy) tries to find balance in his life while hunting down a traitor and thief with his friends.

Antarctica: Ice and Sky (2015)

Oscar-winning filmmaker Luc Jacquet (March of the Penguins) tells the inspiring story of Claude Lorius, an 82-year-old glaciologist who has dedicated his life to studying the icescapes of Antarctica. His groundbreaking discoveries would sound the alarm for the global warming crisis and expose humankind’s devastating impact on the Earth’s climate. In Ice and the Sky, Jacquet joins Lorius as he journeys to Antarctica one final time, 60 years after first setting foot on the continent. Accompanied by breathtaking landscape photography and a fascinating array of archival footage from his many expeditions, Lorius reflects on his life’s work - the great successes and the punishing hardships suffered during his decades on the ice. Both a powerful call-to-action on climate change and a forceful rebuke to those in denial, Ice and the Sky is an essential and profoundly human portrait of one man’s dedication to uncovering the secrets of the planet at the heart of a frozen world.

Edith and Marcel (1983)

Édith et Marcel is a 1983 French film directed by Claude Lelouch.

The Great Chicken Wing Hunt (2013)

A ragtag team sets out to find the perfect Buffalo wing.

The Mind Benders (1963)

The Mind Benders is a 1963 British thriller film produced by Michael Relph, directed by Basil Dearden and starring Dirk Bogarde, Mary Ure, John Clements, Michael Bryant and Wendy Craig. American International Pictures released the film in the US as a double feature with Operation Bikini.

A Christmas Carol (1977)

Christmas spirits give a bitter old miser (Russell Thorndike) a chance at redemption.

Frankenstein's Monster (2014)

Victor Frankenstein leaves behind his abominable work to escape judgment and return to a peaceful life. He soon learns all secrets have their price.

Peck's Bad Boy (1934)

Peck's Bad Boy is a 1934 American drama film directed by Edward F. Cline. It was based on the series of books by George W. Peck.

ABC Nunca Más (2013)

The story of the families affected by the fire at the ABC daycare which seek to rebuild their lives while looking for justice.

Battle at Beaver Creek (2014)

In the future on the Alaskan border with the Yukon, a battle takes place that changes war forever.

Saddle Legion (1951)

Saddle Legion is a 1951 Western film starring Tim Holt. It co-starred Dorothy Malone, who was one of Holt's most prestigious co-stars. She was borrowed from Warner Bros.. According to Tom Stempel, Malone was "the most interesting actress" to appear in a Tim Holt Western: The other women in the B westerns tended to be cute rather than sexy, but Malone’s look and voice were sex personified. So when Chito flirts with her Ann, Malone is way beyond that kind of B western cuteness... Malone’s sexual presence upsets the usual dynamics of the B westerns, and the filmmakers may have realized that Malone’s Ann would have eaten Martin’s Chito alive... [In the final scene] As he and Tim leave to take the cattle to market, Chito says to Ann, “You make sure you wait until I come back.” Since the end of the Holt westerns usually involved Chito running or riding away from girl who wants to marry him, the ending of Saddle Legion is a little more adult.

Zabardast (2008)

A family man, Ratan, decides to commit a crime for Balram Singh, but keeps the bounty for himself. Singh sets his house on fire, and believing his family to be dead, Ratan goes on the run.

Bus Palladium (2010)

A French rock group breaks up.

Half Shot at Sunrise (1930)

Half Shot at Sunrise is a 1930 American comedy film starring the comedy duo Wheeler & Woolsey and Dorothy Lee. Their fourth film together, it was the second starring vehicle for the two, following the success of The Cuckoos, which had been released earlier in 1930. Directed by Paul Sloane, from a screenplay by Anne Caldwell, James Ashmore Creelman, Ralph Spence, and Fatty Arbuckle, which had been tailored to highlight the comedic talents of Wheeler and Woolsey.

Lola (2001)

A middle-aged clothing designer (Sabrina Grdevich) assumes the identity of a dead prostitute in Canada.

The Elephant Man (1982)

The story of John Merrick (Philip Anglim), The Elephant Man, and of his triumph over his terrible affliction. It is a story of life and the affirmation of life; timeless, tragic, uplifting and heroic; an exultation of the humanity of a man trapped inside the twisted, lesion-ridden grip of a terminally disfiguring disease. We see John Merrick as a man with many admirers, beginning with the witty and beautiful actress, Mrs. Kendal (Penny Fuller), who, so taken with Merrick, brought a who's who of English society to visit him regularly. The stellar cast includes Glenn Close as Princess Alexandra and Kevin Conway. Directed by DGA nominee Jack Hofsiss (1984 TV Movie, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof). Winner of 1 Emmy Award for Best Supporting Actress (Fuller) and nominated for 3 more including Best Actor, Philip Anglim who also received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor in a Mini-Series or Made for TV Motion Picture.

Angelina (1947)

L'onorevole Angelina is a 1947 film directed by Luigi Zampa. The star of the film is Anna Magnani, who won Volpi Cup prize for "Best Actress" at the Venice Film Festival. Zampa was nominated for a Golden Lion. The film is in the public domain.

The Pigeon That Took Rome (1962)

The Pigeon That Took Rome is a 1962 film directed and written by Melville Shavelson and starring Charlton Heston. The film was based on the 1961 novel The Easter Dinner by Donald Downes.

Daniel Boone: Frontier Trail Rider (1966)

The trailblazer (Fess Parker) encounters Indians while leading a wagon train to the Kentucky valley, resulting in a servant's (Patricia Blair) injury.

Alfred the Great (1969)

Alfred the Great is a 1969 epic film which portrays Alfred the Great's struggle to defend the Anglo-Saxon Kingdom of Wessex from a Danish Viking invasion in the 9th Century. David Hemmings starred in the title role.

Pushing Hands (1991)

Pushing Hands is a film directed by Ang Lee. Released in 1991, it was his first feature film. Together with Ang Lee's two following films, The Wedding Banquet (1993) and Eat Drink Man Woman (1994), it forms his "Father Knows Best" trilogy, each of which deals with conflicts between an older and more traditional generation and their children as they confront a world of change.

Legend of the Sandsquatch (2006)

A creature terrorizes a young woman searching the desert for her missing grandfather.

De Vrais Mensonges (2010)

30-year-old Emilie runs a hairdressing salon, and provides an endless stream of well-meaning advice to her clients and friends. Sadly the one person she can't seem to help is Maddy, her mother, who has given up the will to live since being left by her husband...

Mr. District Attorney in the Carter Case (1941)

A lawyer (James Ellison) tries to keep his fiancee (Virginia Gilmore), a newspaper reporter, out of harm's way as she doggedly investigates the murder of a magazine publisher.

Mr. No Legs (1979)

Mr. No Legs (also known as Gun Fighter) is a 1978 American action drama exploitation film directed by Ricou Browning and written by Jack Cowden.

Border Law (1931)

Border Law is a 1931 American Pre-Code film directed by Louis King. This film was remade as Whistlin' Dan (1932) and with Buck Jones in The Fighting Ranger (1934).

Gangway for Tomorrow (1943)

A carpool ride to work at an aircraft plant is the device connecting five separate stories of the patriotic war effort at home. Five strangers are enjoying a silent car ride when the driver (Charles Arnt) surprises them with an invitation to Sunday supper, triggering waves of reflection in the others. Margo stars as French nightclub singer Lisette in a Casablanca- style wartime thriller. Robert Ryan, as underdog racecar driver Joe Dunham, presents a rousing sports story. James Bell is a prison warden in a film-noir tale of crime and punishment. Amelita Ward stars as Miss America in a showbiz drama of lessons learned and love lost. And finally, acting great John Carradine steals the show in a Capraesque tale of an educated hobo who rediscovers his conscience in a small American town. Radio drama king Arch Oboler crafted the screenplay for this most unique anthology picture.

Beware of the Car! (1966)

Beware of the Car (Russian: Береги́сь автомоби́ля, translit. Beregis Avtomobilya, US titles Uncommon Thief, or Watch out for the Automobile) is a Soviet 1966 crime comedy-drama film directed by Eldar Ryazanov, based on a screenplay by Emil Braginsky and produced by the Mosfilm. The film stars renowned Soviet actors Innokenty Smoktunovsky, Oleg Yefremov, Anatoli Papanov, Andrei Mironov, Georgy Zhzhyonov, among others. Beregis' Avtomobilya is recognized for its noir genre satire as uncommon part of the Brezhnevist society. It is credited to have given Ryazanov a start in depicting Soviet political structure satire as a class of comedy cult films.

Tnt Jackson (1974)

T.N.T. Jackson is a 1975 American blaxploitation film directed by Cirio H. Santiago. The film is also known as Dynamite Jackson (French video title), Dynamite Wong and TNT Jackson (Philippine English title). The script was originally written by actor Dick Miller, but Roger Corman had it rewritten.

Take It or Leave It (1944)

A young husband becomes a game-show participant in the hopes of winning the cash to pay his pregnant wife's doctor.

Paying Guest (1957)

Paying Guest is a 1957 Bollywood film directed by Subodh Mukherjee. The film stars Dev Anand and Nutan along with Shubha Khote.

The Third Prince (1982)

Twin princes (Pavel Travnicek) fight evil while seeking a missing brother and two identical princesses (Libuse Safrnkov).

Lord Byron Of Broadway (1930)

Lord Byron of Broadway (1930), also known as What Price Melody?, is an American Pre-Code musical drama film, directed by Harry Beaumont and William Nigh. It was based on a best selling book by Nell Martin, which "was widely praised by critics as an extremely true and amusing romance of stage life." It was filmed in black and white with two-color Technicolor sequences.

Faasle (1985)

Faasle is a 1985 Bollywood film produced and directed by Yash Chopra.

London Can Take It! (1940)

London Can Take It! is a short British propaganda film from 1940, which shows the effects of eighteen hours of the German blitz on London and its people. Intended to sway the US population in favour of Britain's plight, it was produced by the GPO Film Unit for the British Ministry of Information and distributed throughout the United States by Warner Bros.. The film was directed by Humphrey Jennings and Harry Watt, and narrated by US war correspondent Quentin Reynolds.

Did You... Score? (2012)

Fernando, Honorio and Fonsinho meet most nights at Harmony Bar to discuss women and brag a little bit about their conquests, real and imagined.

The Country Beyond (1936)

The Country Beyond is a 1936 American drama film directed by Eugene Forde and written by Adele Comandini and Lamar Trotti. The film stars Rochelle Hudson, Paul Kelly, Robert Kent, Alan Hale, Sr., Alan Dinehart and Andrew Tombes. The film was released on April 24, 1936, by 20th Century Fox.

Hot Cargo (1946)

Hot Cargo is a 1946 American drama film directed by Lew Landers and written by Daniel Mainwaring. The film stars William Gargan, Jean Rogers, Phillip Reed, Larry Young, Harry Cording and Will Wright. The film was released on June 28, 1946, by Paramount Pictures.

Duel at the Rio Grande (1963)

Duel at the Rio Grande is a 1963 Italian/French/Spanish co-production film starring Sean Flynn. The film is loosely based on The Mark of Zorro. It was produced by Harry Joe Brown.