Charming Sinners (1929)
Charming Sinners is a 1929 American Pre-Code drama film directed by Robert Milton and written by W. Somerset Maugham and Doris Anderson. The film stars Ruth Chatterton, Clive Brook, Mary Nolan, William Powell, Laura Hope Crews and Florence Eldridge. The film was released on August 17, 1929, by Paramount Pictures.
Oliver Twist (1922)
Oliver Twist is a 1922 American silent drama film adaptation of Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist, featuring Lon Chaney as Fagin and Jackie Coogan as Oliver Twist. The film was directed by Frank Lloyd.
Murder on the Midnight Express (1975)
A woman recovering from a breakdown is drawn into a web of intrigue and espionage by her fellow train passengers.
Parallax Sounds (2012)
The connection between musicians and the city of Chicago.
Spring Forward (1999)
Spring Forward is a 2000 film and the directorial debut of Tom Gilroy, starring Ned Beatty, Liev Schreiber and Campbell Scott. Shot in sequence over the course of one year, it was the first film released by IFC Films, the Independent Film Channel's film production and distribution company. MPAA Rating: R for language and some drug content.
Frontier Blues (2010)
Four intertwined stories all set in Iran's northern frontier with Turkmenistan.
Cheating Blondes (1933)
A journalist uses the woman he allegedly loves as the subject for a frame.
The Barracks (1999)
An educated woman joins inhabitants of a self-contained community in the 1953 Urals.
Cheer Up and Smile (1930)
Cheer Up and Smile is a 1930 American Pre-Code musical film directed by Sidney Lanfield. The film starred Arthur Lake, Dixie Lee and Olga Baclanova and a 23-year-old John Wayne had a minor uncredited role.
The Rumble of the Stones (2011)
The Rumble of the Stones (Spanish: El rumor de las piedras) is a 2011 Venezuelan drama film directed by Alejandro Bellame Palacios. The film was selected as the Venezuelan entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 84th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist.
Amer is a 2009 Belgian-French thriller horror film written and directed by French directors Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani. The film is a giallo in three parts. The plot of the film follows the sexual development of Ana who lives on the French Riviera. The film focuses on her oppressive teenage years leading to her womanhood. The film premiered in Sweden in 2009. It has received generally favorable reviews and was nominated for the Magritte Award for Best Film.
Rolie Polie Olie: The Great Defender of Fun (2002)
It's little sister Zowie's birthday party, and everybody's gearing up for the party. But there's a storm cloud overhead: space pirate Gloomius Maximus is out to plunder all the happiness out of the whole galaxy. Can Olie and his friends find a way to defeat Gloomius's evil plot and save the universe from being "un-fun-erated?"
Final Mission (1984)
A former Los Angeles SWAT team member (Richard Young) continues his feud with a traitor from wartime Laos.
Money Buys Happiness (1999)
Married Money (Jeff Weatherford) and Georgia (Megan Murphy) begin to part when he seeks a spiritual quest, and she, an old suitor.
Baby Geniuses and the Mystery of the Crown Jewels (2013)
An evil genius baby steals the Crown Jewels from the Tower of London, and the Baby Squad uses its secret baby language to solve the mystery.
Butch Minds the Baby (1942)
Butch Minds the Baby is a 1942 American comedy film directed by Albert S. Rogell and written by Leonard Spigelgass. The film stars Virginia Bruce, Broderick Crawford, Dick Foran, Porter Hall, Richard Lane and Shemp Howard. The film was released on March 20, 1942, by Universal Pictures.
Volcano (Italian title Vulcano) is a 1950 Italian drama film by the director William Dieterle and starring Anna Magnani. It was filmed on location on Salina Island, in the Aeolian Islands, and in Messina, Sicily, Italy.
The film is seen by some as a vehicle of revenge by Magnani against her estranged lover, the director Roberto Rossellini who had chosen Ingrid Bergman to star in his film series about marriage over her. Rossellini filmed his film Stromboli on the nearby volcanic island of Stromboli at the same time as Volcano was being made on Salina.
Both films were shot in similar locales in the Aeolian Islands only 40 kilometres apart; both actresses played independent-minded roles in a neorealist fashion; and both films were shot simultaneously. Life magazine wrote, "... in an atmosphere crackling with rivalry... Reporters were accredited, like war correspondents, to one or the other of the embattled camps.... Partisanship infected the Via Veneto (boulevard in Rome), where Magnaniacs and Bergmaniacs clashed frequently." However, Magnani still considered Rossellini the "greatest director she ever acted for".
Resurrection Mary (2005)
Shawn (Jason Ryan Lovett) has to defeat a beautiful spirit dressed in white to save the soul of his fiance Amy (Rebecca Shea).
Run, Broken Yet Brave (2009)
A sullen teen (Ariel Yurach) awakes to her native heritage during a summer spent on the farm of her Cree grandfather (Joseph Naytowhow).
The Amulet of Ogum (1974)
The Amulet of Ogum (Portuguese: O Amuleto de Ogum) is a 1974 Brazilian drama film directed by Nelson Pereira dos Santos. It was entered into the 1975 Cannes Film Festival. It was also selected as the Brazilian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 48th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
U.S. Seals II (2001)
U.S. Seals II: The Ultimate Force is a 2001 direct-to-video action film, starring Michael Worth. The movie was written by Boaz Davidson and Michael D. Weiss and directed by Isaac Florentine.
Scandal Sheet (1985)
Scandal Sheet is a 1985 American made-for-television drama film directed by David Lowell Rich and starring Burt Lancaster. The film first aired on ABC on January 21, 1985.
A Lady's Morals (1930)
A lovestruck composer (Reginald Denny) loses his sight following Swedish diva Jenny Lind (Grace Moore), who loses her voice.
Old Explorers (1990)
Two armchair adventurers (Jose Ferrer, James Whitmore) indulge in searches for lost treasures and the city of Atlantis.
La Celestina (1996)
La Celestina is a 1996 Spanish drama directed by Gerardo Vera and written by Rafael Azcona, Gerardo Vera and Francisco Rico based on 1499 novel of the same title by Fernando de Rojas. Starring Penélope Cruz, Terele Pávez and Juan Diego Botto.
The Adventurer (1917)
The Adventurer is an American short comedy film made in 1917 written and directed by Charlie Chaplin, and is the last of the twelve films made under contract for the Mutual Film Corporation.
Carnival in Moscow (1956)
Carnival Night (Russian: Карнавальная ночь, romanized: Karnavalnaya noch) is a 1956 Soviet musical film. It is Eldar Ryazanov's first big-screen film, Lyudmila Gurchenko's first role and also one of the most famous films starring popular comedian Igor Ilyinsky. The film became the Soviet box office leader of 1956 with a total of 48.64 million tickets sold.
Track of Thunder (1967)
Track of Thunder is a 1967 stock car racing film starring Tommy Kirk.
Bayou was a 1957 motion picture directed by Harold Daniels. The drama was set in the Louisiana bayou region. Produced by American National Films, it was also shot in Barataria Bay, Louisiana, and most of the characters are Cajun residents of a rural fishing village. Bayou features one of the few lead roles by noted character actor Timothy Carey.
Just the Wind (2012)
Just the Wind (Hungarian: Csak a szél) is a 2012 Hungarian drama film directed by Benedek Fliegauf. The film competed in competition at the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival, where it won the Jury Grand Prix. The film was selected as the Hungarian entry for the Best Foreign Language Oscar at the 85th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist.
It is based on an actual series of killings in Hungary. The plot however is fiction and focuses on a Romany family living close by.
Small Time (1996)
Small Time is the first feature film by Shane Meadows. It was written, produced and directed by Meadows.
Sure Fire (1990)
Wes (Tom Blair) is determined to purchase land in his hometown of Circlesville, Utah, then sell it to Californians eager to get away from urban sprawl. When bank manager Dick (Rick Blackwell) declines to go into a partnership with him, Wes tries to get his best friend, Larry (Robert Ernst), to help him with the business. Meanwhile at home, Wes is an overbearing father to his resentful son, Phillip (Phillip R. Brown), who is preparing for his first hunting trip.
The Beginning or the End (1947)
The Beginning or the End (1947) is an American docudrama film about the development of the atomic bomb in World War II, directed by Norman Taurog, starring Brian Donlevy and Hume Cronyn, and released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM). The film dramatizes the creation of the atomic bomb in the Manhattan Project and the bombing of Hiroshima.
The film originated in October 1945 as a project of actress Donna Reed and her high school science teacher, Edward R. Tompkins, who was a chemist at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Bob Considine wrote the treatment, which was sent to the MGM studio script writers. The title was supplied by President Harry S. Truman. At the time there was a legal requirement that permission be obtained to depict living well-known public figures. Many refused, but others, such as J. Robert Oppenheimer, co-operated. Major General Leslie R. Groves, Jr., the director of the Manhattan Project, was hired as a consultant for $10,000 (equivalent to $123,000 in 2016).
Although the filmmakers put considerable effort into historical accuracy, particularly in details, the film is known for some key distortions of history. An entirely fictional sequence was added in which Truman agonizes over whether to authorize the attack; anti-aircraft shells are shown bursting around the Enola Gay on its bombing run over Hiroshima; and it is said that leaflets were dropped on Hiroshima for ten days in advance of the mission warning the citizens of the forthcoming raid. The film received mixed reviews, and did not earn its money back.
Horns And Halos (2002)
Horns and Halos (2002), a documentary film directed by Suki Hawley and Michael Galinsky, is primarily about the difficult road the author (James Hatfield) and publisher (Sander Hicks at Soft Skull Press) travelled to bring Fortunate Son, a controversial biography of George W. Bush to bookshelves again.
Code of the Rangers (1938)
A Texas Ranger is faced with the task of bringing his outlaw brother to justice.
Louis and Hilary are a twisted brother and sister who like to badger, berate, and bewitch each other. When Hilary comes home to announce that she is leaving Phoenix for good, she brings Soledad, a love-struck desert artist. As Louis and Hilary's fun and games escalate, Soledad gets a lacerating look at their perverse relationship and a preview of the betrayal to come.
Code of the Streets (1939)
When a man is charged with murder, his son is joined by the arresting officer's son to clear his name of guilt.
Piazza Fontana: The Italian Conspiracy (2012)
Romanzo di una strage (internationally released as Piazza Fontana: The Italian Conspiracy) is a 2012 Italian drama film directed by Marco Tullio Giordana. It is loosely based on the book Il segreto di Piazza Fontana by Paolo Cucchiarelli. The film deals with the reconstruction of the Piazza Fontana bombing that took place in Milan December 12, 1969, and of the tragic events that ensued, from the death of Giuseppe Pinelli, which occurred in mysterious circumstances during an interrogation, to the death of the Commissioner Luigi Calabresi, who had led the investigation.
Romanzo di una strage entered the 2012 Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, in which it won the Special Jury Prize. It was nominated to 16 David di Donatello awards, and won three (for best supporting actor, best supporting actress and best visual effects). It also won three Nastro d'Argento awards (for best script, best actor and best supporting actress) and two Ciak d'oro (for best supporting actor and best score).
A Christmas Wedding Date (2012)
Fired from her job, a woman (Marla Sokoloff) returns home to see her mother (Catherine Hicks) and attend a Christmas Eve wedding.
Come Closer, Folks (1936)
Come Closer, Folks is a 1936 American comedy film directed by D. Ross Lederman. A print is preserved in the Library of Congress collection.
Cet Amour-là (2002)
French writer Marguerite Duras (Jeanne Moreau) begins a 16-year love affair with a much younger man (Aymeric Demarigny) who becomes her secretary.
Science Crazed (1989)
A bandaged fiend (Tony Dellaventura) walks the halls of an institute, looking for women to kill.
Under the Bridge (1984)
A man under a bridge encourages an abused teen to kill his needy sister.
The Most Terrible Time in My Life (1994)
The Most Terrible Time in My Life is a 1994 film directed by Kaizo Hayashi. The film is the first in the series featuring the detective Mike Hama, which included two more films by Hayashi, a TV series, and a film made from one episode of that TV series.
For Fun (1993)
A man (Huang Zongluo) starts a club for fellow retirees, but they soon discover their meeting spot will be torn down to put up a karaoke club.
Cleveland Vs. Wall Street (2010)
The city of Cleveland battles 21 banks in court over a devastating string of foreclosures.
Voice in the Wind (1944)
Voice in the Wind is a 1944 American film noir directed by Arthur Ripley and written by Friedrich Torberg, based on a story written by Arthur Ripley. The drama features Francis Lederer, Sigrid Gurie, J. Edward Bromberg, among others.
The Supergrass (1985)
The Supergrass is a 1985 British comedy film written and directed by Peter Richardson. The film stars Richardson, Adrian Edmondson, Jennifer Saunders, Dawn French, Keith Allen, Nigel Planer, Alexei Sayle, Ronald Allen, and Robbie Coltrane.The Supergrass was the first feature-length film by the 1980s alternative comedy group The Comic Strip. The soundtrack to the film featured original music from Keith Tippett, plus music from P.P. Arnold, Grace Jones, and Bob Marley, among others.
Arsenal (Ukrainian: Арсенал, also alternative title January Uprising in Kiev in 1918) is a Soviet war film by Ukrainian director Alexander Dovzhenko. The film was shot at Odessa Film Factory of VUFKU with the camera of legendary cameraman Danyl Demutskyi and using the original sets made by Volodymyr Muller. The expressionist imagery, perfect camera work and original drama took the film far beyond the usual propaganda and made it one of the most important pieces of Ukrainian avant-garde cinema. The film was made in 1928 and released early in 1929. It is the second film in his "Ukraine Trilogy", the first being Zvenigora (1928) and the third being Earth (1930).
The film concerns an episode in the Russian Civil War in 1918 in which the Kiev Arsenal January Uprising of workers aided the besieging Bolshevik army against the Ukrainian national Parliament Central Rada who held legal power in Ukraine at the time. Regarded by film scholar Vance Kepley, Jr. as "one of the few Soviet political films which seems even to cast doubt on the morality of violent retribution", Dovzhenko's eye for wartime absurdities (for example, an attack on an empty trench) anticipates later pacifist sentiments in films by Jean Renoir and Stanley Kubrick.
Her Wedding Night (1930)
Her Wedding Night is a 1930 American comedy film directed by Frank Tuttle and written by Avery Hopwood and Henry Myers. The film stars Clara Bow, Ralph Forbes, Charlie Ruggles, Richard "Skeets" Gallagher, Geneva Mitchell, and Rosita Moreno. The film was released on September 18, 1930, by Paramount Pictures.
The film is a remake of the silent film Miss Bluebeard (1925), also directed by Frank Tuttle.
Hollywood Blvd, Part 2 (1989)
An ingenue (Ginger Lynn Allen) lands in a Hollywood director's (Kelly Monteith) cheapie, "Space Goddesses of the Universe."
Kick 'n Rush (2003)
A teenage soccer player (Jacob Oliver Krarup) strikes up a new romance, while talent scouts scrutinize his teammate.
Wherever You Are (1964)
A doctor's (Stefano Accorsi) life takes a mysterious turn when his ambulance plunges into a river.
Mixing Karma (2009)
The cowboy father of a Seattle artist thinks the art is a joke until an Indian family shows interest. When he falls for their beautiful daughter, the two cultures clash.
The Pilgrimage Play (1949)
The Pilgrimage Play is a 1949 historical drama film directed by Frank Strayer, from an original screenplay by Arthur Pierson. The film stars Nelson Leigh, Stephen Chase, and Leonard Penn.
Counting Backwards (2007)
Joe is close to death and wants to find a way to experience a lifetime of passion in a short time after meeting the girl of his dreams.
El Profe (2015)
A primary school teacher lives various adventures alongside his students.
Terminal USA (1993)
Terminal USA (1993) is a controversial film by Jon Moritsugu that explores themes of family, drugs, violence and Asian American stereotypes. Its run time is 54 minutes and it is estimated to have had a budget of $365,000.
Sky High (1922)
Sky High is a 1922 American silent film written and directed by Lynn Reynolds and starring Tom Mix, J. Farrell MacDonald, Eva Novak, and Sid Jordan. In 1998, the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".
Dreams Of Gold (1986)
Dreams of Gold: The Mel Fisher Story is a 1986 American made-for-television drama film starring Cliff Robertson and Loretta Swit. It is based on the actual adventures of Treasure Hunter Mel Fisher and premiered on CBS on November 15, 1986.
Colorz Of Rage (1999)
Colorz of Rage is a 1999 debut feature film for Dale Resteghini. The independent urban drama features Debbie (Nicki Richards) and Tony Mespelli (Dale Resteghini) trying to make it in New York City despite great adversity. It also features hip-hop star Redman and R&B singer Cheryl "Pepsii" Riley.
The Extraordinary Seaman (1969)
Stranded World War II sailors and a woman (Faye Dunaway) meet a dapper British naval officer (David Niven) left over from World War I.
On Air (2012)
Claire Martin, a reclusive 40-year-old radio host, offers advice to female callers but is incapable of maintaining a normal life off the air.
Hell's Hinges (1916)
A saloon owner (William S. Hart) begins to change his ways when he meets the new preacher's (Jack Standing) sister (Clara Williams).
Fiesta is an American Technicolor musical-drama film released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in 1947, starring Esther Williams, Ricardo Montalbán, Mary Astor and Cyd Charisse. The film was directed by Richard Thorpe and written by George Bruce and Lester Cole. The story focuses on Mario Morales (Montalbán), a bullfighter who wants to be a composer, and his twin sister, Maria Morales (Williams), who wants to be a bullfighter even though she is a woman. The film was shot on location in Puebla, Mexico. This was Montalbán's first credited role in a Hollywood film, and resulted in him being offered a contract by the studio. It was also the first of three films pairing Williams and Montalbán, the other two being On an Island with You (1948) and Neptune's Daughter (1949). Fiesta was the first time Williams's name was billed above the title.
Isle of Forgotten Sins (1943)
Isle of Forgotten Sins is an American South Seas adventure film released on August 15, 1943 by PRC, with Leon Fromkess in charge of production, directed by Edgar G. Ulmer (also credited with original story) and featuring top-billed John Carradine and Gale Sondergaard whose performance in one of 1936's Academy Award for Best Picture nominees, Anthony Adverse, earned her the first Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.
Isle of Forgotten Sins was subsequently reissued in a version cut from 82 to 74 minutes and retitled Monsoon. It proved to be the final film role for German-American actress Betty Amann as well as the last feature for producer Peter R. Van Duinen's Atlantis Pictures, a unit whose films had a higher budget then most of PRC's releases. Third-listed supporting actor Sidney Toler worked on this PRC title between the finish of his Charlie Chan films at 20th Century Fox and just before their resumption at Monogram Pictures. The film features several songs (with Carradine singing "Whiskey Johnny"), an underwater sequence using a marionette and a tropical monsoon climax. The pre-release working title was Island of Forgotten Sins.
A Thousand Times Stronger (2010)
A new girl disrupts the social order at school.
The Cattle Thief (1936)
The Cattle Thief is a 1936 American western film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and starring Ken Maynard, Geneva Mitchell and Ward Bond. It was remade in 1939 as Riders of the Frontier.
Farewell to Spring (1959)
Five friends learn an important lesson about the past and future when a hometown reunion gives them the opportunity to examine the paths their lives have taken.
Bayo is a 1985 Canadian drama film, directed by Mort Ransen and written by Ransen, Terry Ryan, and Arnie Gelbart. The film stars Ed McNamara, Patricia Phillips, Stephan McGrath, Hugh Webster, Cedric Smith, Patrick Lane, and Maisie Rillie. Set in Tickle Cove, Newfoundland and Labrador, the film focuses on the relationship of Bayo (McGrath), a young boy living with his single parent Sharon (Phillips). When Sharon's long-estranged father Phillip (McNamara) returns, Bayo's fascination with his grandfather threatens to upend Sharon's plan to move to Toronto.
The Chicago Kid (1945)
The Chicago Kid is a 1945 American crime film directed by Frank McDonald and written by Jack Townley and Albert Beich. The film stars Don "Red" Barry, Otto Kruger, Tom Powers, Lynne Roberts, Henry H. Daniels Jr. and Chick Chandler. The film was released on June 29, 1945, by Republic Pictures.
Children of Chance (1949)
Children of Chance is a 1949 British drama film directed by Luigi Zampa and starring Patricia Medina.
Pledge Night (1990)
Pledge Night is an independent film-slasher-suspense movie. It was directed by Paul Ziller. The film is notable for the antagonist, Sid, played in a flashback by Anthrax lead singer Joey Belladonna.
Code of the Fearless (1939)
A Texas Ranger pretends he has been discharged from service to trick outlaws into accepting him into their gang.
Chip of the Flying U (1940)
Chip of the Flying U is a 1940 western film directed by Ralph Staub and starring Johnny Mack Brown. It was produced and distributed by Universal Pictures and is a remake of their silent epic starring Hoot Gibson.
Teenage Monster (1958)
Teenage Monster is a 1958 independent science fiction, horror film, released by Marquette Productions Limited in 1958. The film had a screening on Dec. 25, 1957, but only went into general release in January, 1958. It was released theatrically on a double bill with The Brain from Planet Arous. Directed by Jacques R. Marquette, the film starred Anne Gwynne and Stuart Wade. The film combined the elements of science fiction and westerns, both of which were popular in the late 1950s.
Le grain de sable (1964)
A ruthless business power play results in a trio of heinous murders.
Chandani: The Daughter Of The Elephant Whisperer (2010)
Chandani wants a job that is traditionally given to a male.
Liberty And Bash (1989)
Liberty & Bash is an 1989 Action film starring Miles O'Keeffe and Lou Ferrigno as Vietnam war buddies who team up to rid their community of drugs.
Ironclads is a 1991 made-for-television movie produced by Ted Turner's TNT company about the events behind the creation of the CSS Virginia from the remains of the USS Merrimack and the battle between the Virginia and the USS Monitor in the Battle of Hampton Roads, March 8, 1862 – March 9, 1862. Noel Taylor received an Emmy Award nomination for his costume designs for the production.
Vice Raid (1959)
A prostitute is called to New York from Detroit to help frame a cop whose good work has been giving the mob a tough time.
City Limits (1934)
A journalist poses as a doctor's assistant to infiltrate a railroad magnate's inner council.
Egypt by Three (1953)
Three stories of Egyptian locale: 1) Deals with murder and violence, 2) Pilgrimage to Mecca, and 3) Comedy about desert life. First American picture filmed entirely in Egypt.
City of Chance (1940)
City of Chance is a 1940 American drama film directed by Ricardo Cortez and written by John Larkin and Barry Trivers. The film stars Lynn Bari, C. Aubrey Smith, Donald Woods, Amanda Duff, June Gale and Richard Lane. The film was released on January 13, 1940, by 20th Century Fox.
Queen of Diamonds (1991)
A blackjack dealer ponders the fate of her missing husband while her next-door neighbors deal in mutual abuse.
7 Man Army (1976)
7-Man Army is a 1976 Hong Kong historical war action film directed by Chang Cheh and starring Ti Lung, David Chiang, Alexander Fu and Chen Kuan-Tai. It was written by Ni Kuang and Chang Cheh. Chan San-Yat and Hsieh Hsing were the action directors. The film is a dramatised account of the Defense of the Great Wall. It was filmed in Taiwan.
The Sound of Mumbai: A Musical (2010)
India's Bombay Chamber Orchestra recruits children from the slums to perform a choral version of "The Sound of Music."
Running With Demons (2012)
Recovering drug addict Todd Crandell competes in extreme endurance events all over the world and promotes his nonprofit organization, Racing for Recovery.
Salute the Toff (1952)
Salute the Toff is a 1952 British crime film directed by Maclean Rogers and starring John Bentley and Carol Marsh. The film was based on the 1941 novel of the same name by John Creasey, the sixth in the series featuring upper-class sleuth Richard Rollison, also known as "The Toff". This film and another Toff adaptation, Hammer the Toff, were shot back-to-back at Nettlefold Studios in the summer of 1951. They were released to cinemas in January and May 1952 respectively.
Neither film was thought to have survived and both were classed as "missing, believed lost", although there was a degree of hope that they may be lurking as yet uncatalogued in British TV archives. Both films are included on the British Film Institute's "75 Most Wanted" list of missing British feature films. This changed in 2013 when Salute The Toff was finally released on DVD from Renown Pictures Limited.
Waited for (2011)
Three South African lesbians adopt across racial lines.
The Demons in My Head (1997)
A bad week gets a whole lot worse for a young man (Matthew Mariconte) who dons an alien apparatus that he found inside a meteorite.
Ghost Town Renegades (1947)
Ghost Town Renegades is a 1947 American Western film directed by Ray Taylor and written by Patricia Harper. The film stars Lash LaRue, Al St. John, Jennifer Holt, Jack Ingram, Terry Frost and Steve Clark. The film was released on July 26, 1947, by Eagle-Lion Films.
Yellowstone Cubs (1963)
Separated from their mother, two young bears roam through Yellowstone National Park.
Ringo's Big Night (1966)
A man (William Berger) breaks out of jail to prove his innocence in a stagecoach robbery and bring the real thieves to justice.
A Majority of One (1961)
A Majority of One is a 1961 American comedy film directed by Mervyn LeRoy, starring Rosalind Russell and Alec Guiness. It was adapted from the play of the same name by Leonard Spigelgass, which was a Broadway hit in the 1959-60 season, starring Gertrude Berg and Cedric Hardwicke.
Shed Your Tears and Walk Away (2009)
Cass comes to terms with his mortality and tries to end a cycle of self-destruction.
Trailin' West (1936)
Trailin' West (UK title: On Secret Service) is a 1936 American western film starring Dick Foran and directed by Anthony Coldway.
The Dolls of Lisbon (2011)
The Dolls of Lisbon is NYC's Antagonist Art Movement's latest exploit inspired by the Zapatista Dolls of Mexico, a souvenir that travelled the world symbolizing a rebellion against the legacy of Andy Warhol's commodification of art.
Brute Corps (1972)
Brute Corps is a 1971 exploitation film directed by Jerry Jameson.
Waltz Time (1945)
Waltz Time is a 1945 British musical film directed by Paul L. Stein and starring Carol Raye, Peter Graves and Patricia Medina. In Imperial Vienna a young Grand Duchess is prevented from marrying the man she loves.